Healing from pelvic pain and dysfunction can be complex and multifaceted. A piece of the puzzle that is often left out is what is going on in the brain. Alicia Patterson deep dives into her psychosomatic approach to pelvic health. The science is clear- our mind and our body is connected so we must address both. She discusses the idea of “body armour” and how the emotions can show up in our tissues and how we can reconnect to our bodies in order to find healing and vitality. The journey to vitality walks us through shame, fear, and other emotions that most of us want to shove deep down and not deal with, yet that journey through the difficult emotions can bring us into that space of wellness and vitality. Website: https://www.alicianpatterson.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/innerpoweralicia/Show notes: Book mentioned - A Headache in the Pelvis by David Wise, Rodney Anderson
Gerson Hernandez is the Republican nominee for the Texas House of Representatives in House District 105, challenging incumbent first-term Democrat State Rep. Terry Meza. Hernandez, a Christian conservative Republican, is hoping to flip the seat back to the Republican column after Meza ousted incumbent State Rep. Rodney Anderson in 2018. In today's podcast, Hernandez calls in to discuss his campaign, his positions on the issues that matter to Texans, and his unique perspective in this high-profile and competitive Dallas-Fort Worth area contest. • Vote for the Live in West Texas Podcast for Best Podcast in Amarillo here: https://amarillo.gannettcontests.com/Best-of-Amarillo-2020/gallery?group=350457 • For news for West Texas, the Texas Panhandle, and more, visit www.amarillopioneer.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liveinwesttexas/support
What should we expect from Joe Mixon and company? In this video/podcast Matt talks about expectations for Mixon, Giovani Bernard, Rodney Anderson, and Trayveon Williams in 2020? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jake takes you through a big day in Bengals news, including the first new contracts of 2020 officially coming together as rookies have reported to Cincinnati for their COVID tests and training camp, and Rodney Anderson tells WCPO's Laurel Pfaler he plans to kneel in 2020 and expects other Bengals to join him. Then, Jake talks about the other side of the A.J. Green expectations for 2020, presenting several datapoints to consider when you're trying to figure out where you should be drafting Green in fantasy this year. Finally, we catch you up on the latest news from the NFLPA on the preseason, roster limits, and a ramp-up plan for training camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, the OBI crew talks about Rodney Anderson's exceptional rehabilitation progress, Zac Taylor's interesting attempts at building camaraderie while navigating the COVID crisis measures and we wind down our "9 For 9 Positional Preview" series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the ”Can’t Keep A Good Man Down” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as we check in with running back Rodney Anderson as he looks to bounce back from the knee injury that ended his rookie season. Plus, Bengals.com editor Geoff Hobson on Ken Riley's case for the Hall of Fame and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with what we learned from Thursday night's preseason action (0:40). Topics include: Derrius Guice's return (1:17), a Cam Newton injury scare (3:18), J.J. Arcega-Whiteside balling out(4:36), Leonard Fournette playing an every-down role (6:10), Kalen Ballage struggles (7:12), Jakobi Meyers' hot preseason continues (8:15), is Justice Hill worth drafting (8:50), and Rodney Anderson gets back on the field (10:43). Jeff then breaks down where he's willing to draft Ezekiel Elliott (13:38), Melvin Gordon (17:17), Antonio Brown (18:38), and Andrew Luck (19:48) in fantasy football drafts this weekend.
Jake and Joe take you through today's training camp updates, and the big news that Rodney Anderson could return to practice as soon as this week, then continue the countdown to kickoff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back for a second week talking rookie running backs, B_Don and Donkey Teeth roll through the rest of the 2019 RB class. The guys both have rose colored glasses for Justice Hill in Baltimore; they also dig deep on boom or bust candidate Bryce Love in Washington and Bowling Ball Benny Snell in Pittsburgh.Later in the show B_Don highlights a few of his favorite deep targets from this class in Ty Johnson, Travis Homer, and Miles Gaskin while DT expresses some strong feelings for late rounders Darwin Thompson and Rodney Anderson. Other under the radar names featured on this episode of The Sausage Fest include Tony Pollard, Ryquell Armstead, Trayveon Williams, Dexter Williams, Jordan Scarlett, Kerry Whyte, Mike Weber, Qadree Ollison, and Bruce Anderson. We're giving away our football summer sausage, come and get it!
Sonic Truth Fantasy Football Podcast, Ep 98: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Nate Liss (@AnOutragedJew) are joined by Izzy Elkaffas (@DTC_IzzE) from the Dynasty Trade Calculator debate whether Ronald Jones has become a screaming dynasty value. When does it make sense to play Peyton Barber in fantasy football? Dexter Williams vs. Ryquell Armstead: Which late round running back has maximum potential in dynasty leagues? A Dwayne Haskins breakout would propel Jordan Reed, Trey Quinn, Derrius Guice, Paul Richardson, and even Josh Doctson. Jameis Winston letting a golf ball get hit off his head was a bad decision. Matt Ryan won the draft, because the Falcons drafted maximum offensive line protection. James Williams vs. Darwin Thompson: Which KC satellite back as the best chance to stick longer term? How Lamar Miller and D'Onta Foreman won the NFL Draft. Damien Williams is actually a sell in dynasty. Kalen Ballage is a top sleeper RB no one is talking about. Rodney Anderson and Trayveon Williams are not real threats to Joe Mixon. Zay Jones vs. Robert Foster: Who is more likely to break out in Buffalo. The Moutain Whack conference is stacked against Alexander Mattison and Darwin Thompson. Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Vance McDonald are both dynasty buys. Dynasty leaguers should have no complaints about Courtland Sutton. Dede Westbrook is must-stash in all fantasy leagues. Tre’Quan Smith has maximum upside in dynasty but he could be the next Kenny Stills. Danny Amendola is tilting on Instagram for good reason. Migrate your league to Sleeper today: https://sleeper.app/ Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
In this episode, the Matts (Betz & Okada) finish the Redshirts rookie breakdown series with a look at the current third round of rookie drafts and a couple favorite sleepers. They delve into college numbers, tape review, landing spots, and everything else you'll need to know to nail your rookie drafts this summer. Don't miss the guys' breakdowns of Miles Boykin, Terry McLaurin, Rodney Anderson and more. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/redshirts-fantasy-football-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
OU continues to supply the NFL with talent, but it's only on one side of the ball. How much pressure is on Lincoln Riley and his staff to start cranking out defensive draft picks? Sooner men's hoops add Minnesota to the schedule and why Rodney Anderson is the steal of the draft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the opening take, Lee chastises anybody who thought the Cardinals were actually going to pass on Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick. Then Grant joins to talk about the erroneous report which stated the Arizona was not going to select Murray with the No. 1 pick (4:40). Grant thinks Murray's situation in Arizona is much better than Baker Mayfield's situation in Cleveland at this time last year (9:15). Lee thinks more than half of the Sooners who were drafted over the weekend could be starting by Week 1 (27:55). Lee's not thrilled that Marquise Brown is going to Baltimore because Lamar Jackson is at best a slightly below average NFL passer (37:30). Rodney Anderson is the definition of a low riks/high reward draft pick in the 6th Round and it would be cool to see a 1-2 punch of OU running backs in Cincinnati (42:30). We briefly go over the Sooners who were signed as undrafted free agents (46:15). A bunch of 2020 NFL Mock Drafts have been released and we see CeeDee Lamb's name quite a bit (48:25). Are we sure Grant Calcaterra is a First Round pick (51:40)? Is Kenneth Murray a First Round pick because he looks awesome in his uniform (54:30)? Neville Gallimore could definitely be a First Rounder if he puts up numbers in 2019 (57:10). We end the show by bringing back the "Hot Take of the Week" segment. Clay Travis recently put out a very bad take about new Giants QB Daniel Jones (58:45). Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
The Sooners get 8 players selected in the draft, and it's obvious that the Arizona Cardinals are putting their future in the lap of Kyler Murray. Is that a good thing for him. Rodney Anderson was drafted and we all hope he can be healthy in the pros. Other Sooners draft news. Packed with golf talk, sports we don't like, new segment on slang words.
Even as Oklahoma was in the midst of a run of seeing eight Sooners selected in the 2019 edition of the NFL Draft, OU coach Lincoln Riley found time to recruit. The man who hasn’t even hit his three-year anniversary as head coach at OU was out on the draft carwash like he was an up-and-coming offensive coordinator at a directional school when he was told on live national TV he had one minute to sell former NFL wide receiver Nate Burleson on playing at OU. "Well, we're not going to need 60 seconds," Riley said. "Nate, have you watched the last two drafts?” As if he needed to emphasize the point, Riley acted out dropping the mic in a move heard ‘round the interwebs that heralded a run unseen before at OU. Following quarterback Kyler Murray being selected No. 1 overall, making OU just the second program in history to see back-to-back No. 1 overall picks selected in the draft and the first to have quarterbacks selected No. 1 overall in consecutive years, former wide receiver Marquise Brown was selected in the first round. The Sooners have seen eight first round picks selected in the draft since 2010.
Screw the offseason. It's the NFL Draft and Oklahoma is squarely in the mix with three potential first round picks. Lincoln Riley is using this weekend to continue building the OU brand across the nation while we discuss how Rodney Anderson has almost been a forgotten man leading up to the draft. Riley also appeared on the Big 12 Teleconference this week and had some interesting things to say. Josh was just in Atlanta for the 3-Stripe Rivals Camp and he gives the latest on recruits looking at OU in that region and what he saw. And because it's the offseason, plenty of tangents. We talk about Carey tripping to Houston to get Josh sounding more amazing than ever. Some coney bashing and some Thunder talk as well. The full rundown is listed below: OPEN - Houston vs. Tulsa coney wars have been started by Josh 0.04:25 - The Thunder season is over. We get the bitching out of our system? Maybe? 0.11:00 - What Baker Mayfield could teach Russell Westbrook about dealing with the media 0.14:45 - Kyler Murray's wonderlic score. We try and take one question and we fight over the answer 0.24:15 - The SI story about Kyler Murray and his father discussed. Who is Kyler? 0.30:45 - Lincoln Riley talks about how the portal is working. We give his comments some context 0.36:45 - Rodney Anderson could be a major pickup for someone in the draft 0.45:15 - Will Cody Ford or Marquise Brown go first in the draft? 0.48:10 - Who was the better college receiver? Dede Westbrook or Marquise Brown? 0.54:22 - Will CeeDee Lamb be the best of them all? 0.59:00 - The curious case of Amani Bledsoe 1:05:55 - Does Austin Seibert get drafted 1:09:10 - Off the rails discussion about the pod improvements 1:15:00 - Carey and Josh work through some of their issues from last weekend 1:24:20 - We breakdown the Ryan Watts commitment from Easter Sunday 1:29:30 - OU really has some momentum selling the NFL draft to recruits right now 1:35:50 - Josh probably gets off the best shot against Carey in the history of the pod and elitist Eddie shows up 1:41:15 - Josh talks about the Rivals Camp in Atlanta 1:48:30 - Baby update from Bob
From a pure talent and pound for pound perspective, Rodney Anderson should be the clear top running back of the 2019 NFL Draft class. But health can be a bad dream, and for him it's been a nightmare. How should it affect how you value him? We share our opinion of the former Oklahoma Sooner. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andysingleton/support
Welcome to the Dynasty Draft Room! In this episode Zack (@ffdynasty_ztp) and Matt (@TheFF_Educator) breakdown the tape and production for Kelvin Harmon and Rodney Anderson-two high upside players (for very different reasons) who have, for reasons that shock Zack and Matt, fallen out of fantasy football minds. In this episode they discuss: Kelvin Harmon’s: -Recruiting profile, high school production, and decision to attend NC State -Consistently high College Production -A full, detailed review of his strengths and weaknesses from tape -Zack & Matt discuss how his tape outweighs his combine, and why he should still be in WR1 contention Rodney Anderson’: -Recruiting profile, high school production, and choice to attend Oklahoma -Limited, but impressive college production -A full, detailed review of his strengths and weaknesses from tape -A full discussion on his injury history, and how injuries should affect where a player gets drafted
Paul is joined by Graham Barfield (@GrahamBarfield) of NFL.com and creator of Yards Created to discuss the 2019 Running Back class. First Graham discusses Yards Created, how long he has been doing it, what goes into the process and why it is such a valuable tool in evaluating the running back prospects. Next he discusses some running backs over the last four years in which the yards created profile was higher on that the consensus leading up to the draft. Next Paul and Graham discuss the 2019 running back class as a whole and how it is very different than previous years. Next, they discuss seven of the top running backs in this class and Graham goes through how each tested in the Yards Created profile. The seven running backs includes Josh Jacobs, Darrell Henderson, Miles Sanders, Damien Harris, David Montgomery, Devin Singletary and Bryce Love. To close out the show Paul and Graham discuss how Love and another injured running back, Rodney Anderson are the two true wild cards in this RB class and how if both of them can get healthy, they have a chance to both be impact players and make the position look better than it is. To purchase the S2s Premium Notebooks for $9.99 or to read the full descriptions of what is in each notebooks, click here. Sponsors: Scouting Academy Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_S2S) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@kawikaNakano) Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball)
Paul is joined by Sigmund Bloom (@SigmundBloom) of Football Guys to discuss the 2019 NFL Draft. The discussion starts the quarterback position and what makes Kyler Murray such a unique prospect, how his game translates, the variety in which he can solve problems and why he most likely will be the first pick in the NFL Draft to the Arizona Cardinals. Following the discussion on Murray, they discuss Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock, Daniel Jones and Will Grier. Next the focus is shifted to the running backs. The two of them discuss that why the position in someways is devalued in the NFL, it has not been devalued in terms of draft capital for the running backs that are offensive weapons and can impact the game in a variety of ways. They discuss Josh Jacobs in terms of whether he can be that difference maker. After the discussion on Jacobs, they talk about Darrell Henderson, Miles Sanders, Damien Harris and David Montgomery as the next tier. They close out the running back discussion with some under the radar names including a discussion on Rodney Anderson and where he would fit if he did not have any injury issues and was being evaluated strictly on his film. Next, the discussion turns to the Tight Ends and why this class rivals the 2017 draft in terms of being one of the best tight end classes ever. They discuss TJ Hockenson, Irv Smith Jr., Noah Fant, and many of the tight ends from the next tiers of prospects. To close out the episode, the two discuss the Wide Receiver position. The discussion starts with a breaking down of DK Metcalf and his teammate AJ Brown and what they offer in terms of their skill set at the next level. Next, the discussion focuses on Hakeem Butler and why he is one of the most polarizing draft prospects ever. To close out the show, they discuss why Deebo Samuels is one of the most versatile and best problem solvers from the wide receiver group, Kelvin Harmon and some day three sleeper wide receivers such as Penny Hart, Antoine Wesley and others. To purchase the S2s Premium Notebooks for $9.99 or to read the full descriptions of what is in each notebooks, click here. Sponsors: Scouting Academy Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_S2S) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@kawikaNakano) Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball)
In the opening take, Lee takes a look at the Sooners' 2019 win total. Then Grant joins to talk about why the experts are so high on OU's chances in 2019 (6:30). The offensive line is all over the place right now and we've found out who's playing Center in Creed Humprhey's absence (9:40). What's the first team offensive line look like right now, and also what could it look like this fall (15:40)? Brayden Willis vs. Jeremiah Hall will be a fun H-Back competition (24:35). James Hale has some insight on who's the leading candidates for the Nickelback position. Lee's changing his tune in regards to one player, and Grant frankly doesn't like what he's hearing about this position (27:45). We shift to Pro Day where Curtis Bolton and Amani Bledsoe had nice days (38:20). Marquise Brown talked at Pro Day and we learned a little more about his injury and his NFL Draft plans (42:50). Rodney Anderson has an interesting theory about the chances of him getting injured in the future (48:00). Cody Ford's didn't improve his bench press reps much from the Combine, does that even matter (52:20)? What's the deal with Kyler Murray conspiracy theories, and it'd be a disappointment at this stage if he's not the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft (54:20). Miami QB Tate Martell has been granted immediate eligibility for 2019, is college football "free agency" a thing now (1:01:20)? Finally, we discuss the Browns trading for Odell Beckham Jr. Lee is quite optimistic about the entire thing, while Grant is slightly more pessimistic when it comes to the move (1:11:40). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Sonic Truth Fantasy Football Podcast, Ep 89: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion and Nate Liss (@AnOutragedJew) are joined by @LifesYourCup to compare and contrast the next level athleticism of D.K. Metcalf vs. Parris Campbell. Miles Sanders could be the No. 1 running back in this anemic draft class. Damien Harris outplayed Josh Jacobs all along, and that matters. Darrell Henderson was the most efficiency running back in college football history, and that matters. How did so many film grinders miss Alex Barnes? Is David Montgomery overrated? Justice Hill may be athletic, but he's not a primary back at the next level. Who was a bigger loser at the NFL Scouting Combine: Devin Singletary or Elijah Holyfield? Josh Jacobs, Rodney Anderson, and Bryce Love actually won the combine by not participating. K’Neal Harry is the class of this wide receiver class. A.J. Brown was the true alpha at Mississippi. Parris Campbell is not Cordarrelle Patterson 2.0. Andy Isabella deserves to crack the top-5 wide receiver prospects. Hakeem Butler possesses rare size and ball skills. Deebo Samuel is a plug-and-play NFL flanker. Gary Jennings was the most athletic and productive WVU receiver. David Sills has a the best nickname in the class. Emanuel Hall is the size-speed specimen that more people should be talking about. Terry McLaurin is a sports car. Jazz Ferguson looks like small school DK Metcalf. Felton Davis is an upside extrapolation play. Greg Dortch looks the part of a volume slot receiver. Does Myles Boykin have a future in the NFL? Emmanuel Butler broke hearts at the NFL Scouting Combine. Who is the next DK Metcalf? Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
Sonic Truth Fantasy Football Podcast, Ep 88: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Nate Liss (@AnOutragedJew) marvel at D.K. Metcalf's otherworldly size-adjusted speed and burst. Why N'Keal Harry is the best wide receiver in the class. A.J. Brown solidified his position in the early rounds of the NFL Draft. Riley Ridley flamed out in epic fashion at the NFL Scouting Combine. Hakeem Bulter is an overrated developmental prospect. Deebo Samuel is perfectly suited for today's spread NFL attack. Parris Campbell is firmly positioned on the Mt. Rushmore of NFL wide receiver prospects. Andy Isabella is the fast riser in this WR draft class. Ashton Dulin is a top-10 receiver regardless of the level of competition he faced. Kelvin Harmon will inevitably fall down draft boards. Myles Boykin is a super-athletic red herring prospect. J.J. Acega-Whiteside raised eyebrows by not testing at the NFL Scouting Combine. Miles Sanders vaulted into the top-3 running back prospects. Josh Jacobs refusing to test was a savvy move. Damien Harris solidified his draft stock. Bryce Love and Rodney Anderson won the combine by not testing. Justice Hill has incredible comps. Alex Barnes had the best size-adjusted athleticism at the NFL Scouting Combine. Darrell Henderson is a strange mix of Maurice Jones-Drew and Paul Perkins. How much does David Montgomery's slow 40-time hurt his draft stock? Elijah Holyfield and Devin Singletary were the big loser running backs at the NFL Scouting Combine. Noah Fant destroyed the combine, but drafting rookie tight ends rarely pays off in year 1. Get your dynasty team now on Reality Sports Online: https://realitysportsonline.com/Registration.aspx Promo Code: Underworld Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
This week on the Choctaw Casino & Resort Unofficial 40 podcast it's the NFL Combine and the Kyler Murray show/no-show, how tall is he? sweepstakes. We talk about the craziness surrounding Murray. Is it possible he's not going to workout because he already has assurances from a team? We talk about other Sooners in the combine as well as future NFL stars currently on the roster. Some spring football talk is sprinkled in along with Josh's impressions from the Houston Rivals Camp as well as the latest in recruiting. The Sooners got a new commitment last week and Josh thinks he could redefine the h-back position at OU. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - We've been doing podcasts every week for six months now thanks to our sponsors 0:04:50 - SoonerScoop's pronunciation guide for the universe 0:09:00 - Kyler Murray was finally measured today and the world lost its mind 0:16:50 - Kyler reportedly won't workout at the combine 0:20:00 - What does Kyler have to lose by working out? 0:22:30 - Could Arizona have given Kyler some assurances? 0:25:30 - How will Kyler do in the interview process? 0:30:00 - Some OU defense talk out of nowhere 0:31:10 - Rodney Anderson at the combine 0:34:50 - What OU offensive linemen can help himself the most at the combine? 0:40:20 - Who is the next OU defensive player to be drafted fairly high? 0:43:30 - OU's linebacker situation heading into spring 0:45:15 - Is Ronnie Perkins a potential 1st-rounder? 0:48:00 - Josh's rundown from the Houston Rivals Camp 0:52:25 - OU's junior day and get a commitment from Michael Henderson 0:59:15 - Eddie has passed everyone with Twitter followers and more t-shirts talk 1:02:30 - Where did George Whitfield go? The QB gurus that will prepare QBs for the draft 1:04:00 - Trainer talk 1:08:30 - Spring football media schedule is out 1:14:40 - Bill Bedenbaugh just about to tear it up in OL recruiting and spring game shaping up. Concert?
In the opening take, Grant explains why he was intrigued by a recent tweet thread by former Sooner Orlando Brown. Then Lee joins to reminisce about OU being double-digit underdogs to FSU in the 2001 Orange Bowl which leads to a brief talk about past spreads in national championship games (6:30). The guys countdown their top 5 defensive players they're most looking forward to seeing play in the new Alex Grinch scheme, beginning with a linebacker (15:20). Grant has a pair of DBs listed at No. 4 and No. 3 on his list (25:15). Lee's No. 4 player was an incredibly polarizing member of the 2018 Sooners' defense (31:35). Lee's got a veteran linebacker at No. 3 on his list, although Grant does not have this player in the top 5 (36:15). Grant's No. 1 player is somebody who has the potential to be a player that'll be really fun to watch in 2019 (41:10). Lee's No. 1 player is not on Grant's list and the guys completely disagree about this player (46:40). Apparently Grant initially correctly predicted Marquise Brown's foot injury (56:20). Can we expect Rodney Anderson to work out at the NFL Combine (58:45)? OU's got four offensive linemen going to the Combine and all of them are really darn good players (1:02:10). Austin Seibert will get a chance to display his kicking and punting abilities this week (1:06:35). All eyes will be on Kyler Murray this weekend at the Combine and the guys really hope that he throws (1:08:00). We go over the gambling props for Murray's height and 40 time (1:11:25). Finally, Joel Klatt defended Kyler Murray on Colin Cowherd's show Tuesday (1:19:15). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In this episode a Sonny shares his thoughts on the dynasty prospects of DK Metcalf, Rodney Anderson and Devonta Freeman. Plus, a little cognitive dissonance psycho babble.
In this episode of the SkullKing Fantasy Football Podcast, Ryan takes an Inside Look at three of the players from the Oklahoma Sooners who will be at the NFL Combine - Kyler Murray, Marquise "Hollywood" Brown and Rodney Anderson. To get a better understanding of these players, Ryan interviews Toby Rowland, the Voice of the Sooners, to get his thoughts on each player and what each one would bring to the table for the team that drafts them. Don’t forget to check us out on Social Media: Twitter: @skullkingfb Instagram: skullkingfootball Facebook: fb.me/skullkingfantasyfootball All stats provided by StatRoute.com, the best place to get your fantasy statistics and research! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skullkingfb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skullkingfb/support
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Sonic Truth Fantasy Football Podcast, Ep 85: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Nate Liss (@AnOutragedJew) believe Devin Singletary is one of a handful of under-the-radar satellite back prospects perfectly suited for today's NFL. What do Blake Bortles, Tim Tebow and Josh Allen have in common? The Seahawks are paying Russell Wilson to hand the ball off. If Elijah Holyfield tests well, he could be the 1.01 in dynasty rookie drafts. Damian Harris and Josh Jacobs are both very attractive running back prospects. Bryce Love's low reception totals are a concern. Karan Higdon is the Podfather's mom's work friend. Devin Singletary is an undersized production monster. Darrell Henderson looks like the next Aaron Jones. Trayveon Williams was a monster producer at Texas A&M. David Montgomery may get buried by late round draft capital. Bruce Anderson deserves more love. Time to get to know Wes Hills from Slippery Rock. Rodney Anderson has the requisite size and athleticism to be great. Ty Johnson could be the next Damien Williams at the NFL level. Andy Isabella’s footwork is great but larger concerns loom. Olamide Zaccheaus is undersized, but intriguing. Damien Williams is a buy in dynasty, but his market value is about to jump the shark. Recounting a perfect Carson Wentz dynasty take. Sell Rob Gronkowski in dynasty if he has a huge Super Bowl. The infamous non-call on Tommy Lee Lewis is a non-issue. Why Nate wouldn’t pay shipping on Girl Scout cookies. Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
On this week’s episode of Dynasty Life (@DynastyLifePod) we’re talking top 2019 rookies! Yes, it’s still a little early, but for many the fantasy football season has already been decided. College football season is coming to a close (with the exception of the playoffs). It’s time we take a good hard look at what future […]
-The LSU/A&M game was nutso -How Good is Chase Winovich -Devin Bush -Is the hype around Gardner Minshew necessary -Is Easton Stick the next Carson Wentz -Top 5 QB rankings -Who's the best blocking TE -How to value Rodney Anderson given injury history
Segment 1: Les Miles is the new coach at KU. KU can play one of two ways, they can tank or they can play inspired. Defense is only giving up 28 points, one hire their staff to come run the defense for OU. KU Offense only scoring 22. Ruffin McNeill Audio Segment 2: Rodney Anderson update. Kyler Murray proving to the most marketable player in CFB. Do you come back if you're Kyler Murray? Segment 3: Saturday will be the most fun day we've had in the Big 12 for quite some time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On episode No. 3 of The Draft Analysts, Chris Tripodi and Tony Pauline break down the biggest scouting matchups from Week 10 of the college football season, including big games for LSU Tigers cornerback Greedy Williams and West Virginia Mountaineers tackle Colton McKivitz. Tony updates the status of Oklahoma Sooners running back Rodney Anderson as well … Continued
Paul is joined by special guest, Pete Lawrence (@_petelaw) of Dynasty League Football and NumberFire. In the NFL Draft Report, Paul and Pete discuss the 2019 Quarterback, Running Back, Wide Receiver, and Tight End class as a whole. Some of the prospects discussed in detail include Justin Herbert, Dwayne Haskins, Nate Stanley, Drew Lock, Ryan Finley, Brian Lewerke, Nick Fitzgerald, Rodney Anderson, Miles Sanders, Bryce Love, Myles Gaskin, A.J. Brown, N'Keal Harry, Stanley Morgan Jr., KJ Hill, Noah Fant, Irv Smith Jr. and many more. In the Devy Slant segment, the guys discuss some of the top prospects from the 2020 and 2021 classes including Tua Tagovailoa, JT Daniels, Dorian Thompson Robinson, Cam Akers, JK Dobbins, Travis Etienne, Jerry Juedy and many more. Pete also discusses some under the radar names that have not been getting as much as attention as they should. In the Tape of the Tape segment, they discuss some of the top prospects they are looking forward to watch this upcoming weekend. Some new names discussed include Jalen Hurd, Zach Moss, Deondre Francois, Trace McSorley, Riley Ridley, Kelvin Harmon and more. In the final segment of the episode, the guys deliver the NFL Rookie Report for Week 7. They discuss their thoughts on many of the rookies from each of the positions and who would be some players they would be targeting and looking to buy low on right now in Dynasty Leagues. To purchase the S2s Premium Notebooks for $9.99 or to read the full descriptions of what is in each notebooks, click here. Sponsors: TheQuantEdge- if you use the code S2SEdge, you can get 10% off your season long membership Scouting Academy Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_S2S) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@kawikaNakano) Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball)
It's the old power trio with Carey, Josh and Eddie as we breakdown some of the key matchups of OU/Texas. We hear from Mike Stoops, Curtis Bolton, Trey Sermon and Shane Beamer throughout the show while each member of the staff brings their biggest question marks and concerns heading into the Red River Rivalry. There's plenty of matchups to talk about, there's OU's tackling, the physicality of the secondary, the OU offense versus the Texas defense. Kyler Murray will be the best player on the field, but will that be enough to overcome the lack of established running backs heading into this one? We also hit up the recruiting trail with Josh and give you our players to watch heading into the weekend. The rundown follows below: OPEN - Eddie's Cubs lose and he's not to murder-y about it 0:04:30 - Rewatching old OU-TX games on Fox Sports this week 0:09:30 - OU brings very little production into the RRR from the running back position 0:14:50 - Trey Sermon talking about the RB position 0:15:52 - Lincoln Riley has been absent from media duties this week and it's weird 0:17:00 - The Mike Gundy prank calls came from inside the house 0:23:10 - Rodney Anderson wasn't even the starting running back heading into this game last year 0:28:40 - Texas has big receivers. OU has DBs that have issues being physical. Who should OU's corners be? 0:32:58 - 2007 OU/TX. Jermichael Finley killed Ryan Reynolds reputation for forever for a lot of OU fans. 0:39:30 - Some stats that support Mike Stoops is doing a good job has everyone triggered apparently 0:47:05 - Are people respecting this rivalry? Some seem to think OU will win easily. 0:50:30 - OU says they are being more physical and working harder on tackling 0:52:00 - Defenders had to recover from Army heading into Baylor. But now it's time to get physical again. 0:53:35 - Could Caleb Kelly play a role against Texas? 0:56:17 - The Coop Ale Works Player to Watch against Texas 1:06:50 - Can Kyler Murray be the X-factor in this game with OU's unconventional run game 1:15:25 - Kyler Murray NFL talk needs to die. He'll make more money and have a longer, safer career in baseball 1:20:05 - Lanie joins the podcast. Eddie wants to talk truther theories to her. 1:21:00 - Sooners target WR Jaden Haselwood decommits from Georgia 1:25:00 - The recruiting visitor list for OU/TX 1:30:00 - Last weekend's recruiting visits and some stray eyeball emoji's are out there 1:32:55 - Are we all taking OU this weekend? And what do we think of the Big 12 teams right now?
In the opening take, Lee takes issue with a bizarre comment from Joel Klatt and recommends that people stop living in the moment so much. Then Grant joins to give the people what they want, which is a discussion about OU's defensive shortcomings against Iowa State on Saturday. Should we be thinking "here we go again" (8:20)? After a lot of negative stuff, Grant brings some perspective and adds positive spin to the defense (21:00). A particular play in the 3rd quarter really annoyed Lee because it was a blown coverage on what should have been a very simple read (27:25). Grant is not happy about drive extending penalties (33:00) and the guys give their weekly Bookie update (35:45). Things start to perk up when the guys switch to the offense. Kyler Murray played his best game as a college quarterback (38:15) and Lee goes over a handful of fantastic throws Kyler made during the contest (42:40). Grant really thinks the Sooners missed Rodney Anderson on Saturday (46:25). Austin Seibert had a great game -- but Grant really hates field goals. And Grant calls Lee out for his thoughts on RBs (50:10). "Film Time w/Lee" breaks down Murray's long 75-yard TD pass to Marquise Brown (56:40). Carson Meier makes his first career catch (1:01:50), everybody hated Grant Calcaterra's fumble (1:03:00), and the guys briefly touch on the weekend of college football (1:04:20). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In the opening take, Grant says Rodney Anderson's injury devastates the Sooners' chances of a winning a national championship. Then Lee joins to explain that he's taking a wait and see approach to the severity of the loss of Anderson (7:45). For the third straight game in a row OU doesn't know which QB they'll be facing, which guy would you rather face (20:45)? The Cyclones' offense was atrocious last Saturday against Iowa, but does that mean ISU is not capable on offensively (26:15)? OU needs to tackle David Montgomery -- and the guys provide other ways ISU could present problems for the Sooner defense (37:30) before explaining how OU's defense should attack the Cyclones (39:40). What's the deal with Iowa State's defense being really good (42:00)? Baker Mayfield handled the unique ISU defense well in 2017. Does Kyler Murray have the patience and discipline to make plays against the Cyclones (49:00)? Besides an OU win, what do the guys *want* to see happen against ISU(54:50)? The guys tell us what *will* happen Saturday along with their predictions for the game (59:35). A listener question from Facebook asks what makes this OU defense different from others in the past (1:04:00)? Another listener wants to know if OU's offensive line should be concerned about ISU's DL (1:10:30)? The final listener question wants to know about the continuing battle between Creed Humphrey and Jonathan Alvarez (1:12:30)? The guys touch on the interesting Big 12 games upcoming and Lee wants to talk about how everything seems to be going well for Texas A&M (1:14:15). Grant destroys one team's National Title hopes as the guys "Cross 'Em Off" (1:20:55). Finally, the guys pick 5 of the biggest games of the week against the spread (1:24:45). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
It's the first road game of the season and the road crew is getting ready to fly to Iowa. Will the hurricane make it a weekend from hell for our travelers? Obviously we talk a lot about the loss of Rodney Anderson and how this affects the entire running back rotation. We have some bold predictions about what will happen moving forward. Is Trey Sermon really the No. 1 RB this team needs? We're developing a man crush on Curtis Bolton even though Carey keeps calling him Curtis Lofton. Are we ready to buy in to this being a good defense yet? Is the Big 12 conference less offensive than they've been in recent memory? Lots of love for special teams and Josh and Bob are here for football and basketball recruiting updates. OPEN - Carey is already concerned about airline travel to Iowa with the hurricane approaching. Eddie might be on a travel ban list pretty soon. 0:07:00 - Another 'Is this racist' segment Are terrorists actually racist? 0:11:30 - Curtis Bolton/Curtis Lofton is becoming a problem. Did Kyler Murray deserve to be Big 12 Player of the Week? 0:14:52 - Rodney Anderson is out for the season. What take has been too hot about his injury? Is Trey Sermon the answer as RB1? 0:17:55 - Carey makes a bold prediction about the running back position and the guys agree. 0:26:15 - Spreading the love to Dillon Faamatau 0:31:50 - Curtis Bolton talks about the defense being motivated to get better after the first two games 0:35:00 - Mike Stoops' performance as defensive coordinator right now. Are the offenses down in the Big 12 this year? 0:41:50 - Carey says OU should dominate Iowa State Saturday after they had huge, key losses on offense. 0:46:20 - Curtis Bolton talks about his pride in special teams. 0:52:00 - OU's offensive line has to step up this week more than Kyler Murray does. 0:53:39 - We hear from Trey Sermon and talk about how the running backs complement each other even without Rodney Anderson 1:04:08 - The Coop Ale Works players to watch this week 1:06:48 - Carey is calling for a KO return for a TD from Tre Brown this weekend 1:11:30 - Josh gives the latest football recruiting update 1:17:48 - Bob gives the latest basketball recruiting update 1:25:05 - Eddie reads the letter an Iowa State fan Josh and Carey to complain about his sideline activities back in 2015. 1:31:00 - Final thoughts. It's a road game. Reliving last year's loss one last time.
In the third edition of Around The Country Paul discusses his thoughts on some of the top prospects after Week 2 of the College Football season, highlights some of the prospects to watch in Week 3 and delivers the NFL Rookie Report after week 1. In the NFL Draft Report, Paul discusses Rodney Anderson, Bryan Edwards, Deebo Samuel, David Montgomery, Nate Stanley, Kelly Bryant, Miles Sanders, Bryce Love, Kaden Smith and more. In the Devy Slant, Paul discusses Jake Fromm, DeAndre Swift, Trevor Lawrence, Tee Higgins and JT Daniels. In the Tale of the Tape, Paul discusses some of the top prospects and their matchups he is focused in on for Week three of the season. He focuses in Jarrett Stidham, Justice Hill, Jerry Juedy, Damien Harris, AJ Brown, DK Metcalf, Dwayne Haskins, JK Dobbins, Paris Campbell and more. In the final segment, the NFL Rookie Report after week one of the NFL Season. He discusses his thoughts on Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Ian Thomas, Mark Andrews, Phillip Lindsay, Saquon Barkley, Kerryon Johnson, Calvin Ridley, DJ Moore, Dante Pettis and others. To purchase the S2s Premium Notebooks for $9.99 or to read the full descriptions of what is in each notebooks, click here. Sponsors: SquadQL TheQuantEdge- if you use the code S2SEdge, you can get 10% off your membership through 8/31 Scouting Academy Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_S2S) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@kawikaNakano) Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball)
Barton Simmons and Chip Patterson take a deep dive into under the radar players breaking through early in the 2018 season. First, the latest on Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez (2:00), Oklahoma losing Rodney Anderson for the year (7:15) and whether Pat Fitzgerald's comments on RPOs are fair (15:45). Then it's on to players that are buzzing through two weeks of action (23:00) and a complete rethinking of the pecking order in the SEC East (46:20). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tuesday mean s it's time for #TakesOnTakes. Each Tuesday the Draft Dudes wrangle up listener opinions and weigh in. If you have a take you'd like heard on a future #TakesOnTakes show, send them to Joe (@TheJoeMarino) or Kyle (@GrindingTheTape) on Twitter with the hashtag, #TakesOnTakes. On today's episode: - Is WVU the Big 12 favorite sans Rodney Anderson? - Is Pittsburgh falling behind without Le'Veon Bell? - Are we over-glorifying Aaron Rodgers' performance on SNF? - And much, much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the opening take, Lee has high praise for OU's wide receiving duo -- and disdain for Sports Illustrated. Then, Grant joins to discuss the ramifications of the Rodney Anderson injury (4:55). Despite scoring 49 points on Saturday, didn't the OU offense look a little off against UCLA (15:00)? Lee thinks you could really sense the absence of Baker Mayfield on Saturday and Kyler Murray was off at times (18:00). At the same time, Kyler made some plays that only a high level QB could make (22:30). Grant wants to give credit to a few UCLA defenders that stood out to him (26:30). It's clear that CeeDee Lamb and Marquise Brown are the best WR duo in college football (29:15). OU's defense was very good against UCLA -- outside of one huge play (33:20). Mike Stoops called another really good game on Saturday (36:30). Bookie didn't jump off the screen as much as FAU, but he still played well (41:25). Lee loved one Curtis Bolton sack in particular because of the design of the defense (44:10). Kenneth Murray took a huge step forward Saturday (47:10). Hello special teams (49:45)! Grant has noticed the Sooners have had devastating injuries on a consistent basis, plus more special teams talk (51:00). | Email the show: email@example.com | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
On Episode 135 of Sean's Sports Show, Sean reports every breaking news story inside the world of sports and gives his own take, which include: Rodney Anderson getting injured (:42), the 2018 Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement (2:47), Earl Thomas starting for the Seattle Seahawks (3:52), Jameel Cook stealing over $100K (5:25), Jalen Hurts possibly redshirting (6:36), Tyrod Taylor saying that the Buffalo Bills were not honest with him (8:13), Serena Williams arguing with a chair umpire in the US Open Finals (10:17), UGA destroying SCAR (12:50), Leveon Bell NOT reporting for Week 1 (13:28), KU ending their road losing streak (14:24), David Johnson signing an extension with the Arizona Cardinals (15:35), Stanford beating USC (16:53), and Clemson edging Texas A&M (17:53). Sean also covers the results and future matchups of the LA Sports Teams (18:10), and results from the 2018 US Open (20:29). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seanssportsstop/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/seanssportsstop/support
It's the Oklahoma Sooners Postgame Podcast presented by Eskridge Lexus in Oklahoma City. We were once again impressed with the defense, we break down the players of the game and the play of the game. We talk about the Rodney Anderson injury and where the Sooners go from here. We also have plenty of praise for the defense and are completely impressed by the defensive front once again. Kenneth Murray also redeems himself with 9 tackles. Mark Jackson steps up huge and Curtis Bolton is the unquestioned starter at WILL linebacker. We also talk about the offense and we felt a little let down by the offensive line today. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - Oklahoma's defense impresses and they really got after the quarterback. Kenneth Murray played tackle football today. 0:05:20 - The Eskridge Lexus Player of the Game. We name one player from offense that was easy. So we picked a defensive guy too. 0:13:20 - Sooners appear to have a dynamic kick returner in Tre Brown. 0:14:00 - UCLA had better defensive talent. OU's offense got a bigger challenge and was a bit up and down. 0:16:00 - Mike Stoops' defense was impressive again. Or Bob Diaco's defense, defending on your troll level. 0:18:00 - Austin Kendall appears to be close to coming back and Q. Overton is out for at least a couple of weeks now. 0:19:30 - Mike Stoops talks about developing playmakers on the defensive side of the ball 0:23:45 - The Coop Ale Works Play of the Game. We talk Rodney Anderson injury too. 0:28:45 - Who steps up at running back now? 0:32: 50 - Iowa State is up next. Is 2017 on their minds? 0:34:45 - The Big 12 is screwing itself already 0:36:00 - Bob's quick recruiting weekend report 0:38:40 - Kyle McCord from AMC Mortage presents the Postgame Stock Report. Lots of names to go over. 0:49:00 - We asked for voicemails and we got a couple worthy of being played. Eddie even approved of one. 0:52:15 - Eddie dove for a football on camera during the game 0:53:25 - Lincoln Riley is the new school coach as proven by his approval of Marquis Brown and CeeDee Lamb's clothing choices.
Well, the ChampUBBQ is here and we dive right into the big weekend for the Sooners and Lincoln Riley. Josh and Bob give a full breakdown and we chop up all the names to know, including the latest we know on Dax Hill. Eddie is strangely quiet and surly today early in the pod but something inside is brewing before we finish. Carey just tries to stay out of the way and drives the car toward ChampUBBQ. We do have plenty to talk about with the safety position heading into fall camp. We also break down other spots on the roster a we wait for guys to put the pads on. We also give our tribute to longtime SoonerScoop.com member Felo who recently passed away. Then in true Unofficial 40 fashion, we ruin the heartfelt tribute with a random talk that goes a little overboard. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - We listen to some of the complainers on our new survey and get straight to #ChampUBBQ. Sort of. 0:01:58 - ChampUBBQ and how we got here three years in to the event 0:02:46 - Time of the year where early commits can get restless without all the love. 0:05:22 - The players become major recruiters this weekend for OU. 0:06:48 - Andrew Raym is a player to watch according to Bob 0:08:15 - Dax Hill update for Saturday 0:11:20 - Spencer Rattler comes back to Norman. 0:13:05 - Where does OU go if they have to move on from Bryce Young? 0:19:00 - People are complaining about Eddie's language. People are also complaining that we censor Eddie. 0:20:00 - Lincoln Riley has made defensive recruiting a major priority. How big a step forward can OU take this weekend? 0:24:30 - No Jase McClellan or Austin Stogner this weekend 0:25:20 - People are mad about banging for Jesus. Carey accuses Eddie of turning into Jim Traber. 0:26:00 - OU will have a 2021 recruit at the BBQ 0:28:20 - Josh on Dax Hill, Alabama, and OU. Bob wraps up in-state kids at the BBQ 0:31:45 - Competition has become the buzzword of preseason camp. Also an LB breakdown 0:33:50 - Kerry Cooks and concerns at the safety position. Is Robert Barnes too big to be a safety? 0:38:50 - So much media and no practices yet. Eddie is really triggered about it. 0:42:35 - Cody Ford will play tackle. Plenty of offensive line breakdown 0:47:40 - Jeremiah Hall got some love from Shane Beamer yesterday 0:51:30 - We kind of bring back ratings and reviews talking about your complaints of the podcast from our survey 0:59:30 - We try and get to the bottom of Eddie's anger today. It's because he's moving. 1:06:10 - Welcome to OU series winding down. Bob takes another swipe at Josh. 1:07:15 - Rodney Anderson hates the smell of McDonalds and Josh is prompted to tell us about Lanie's birthday party. 1:12:15 - Eddie is done at this point until we bring up Tiger Woods and The Open and being in the middle of local media day. 1:21:49 - Who is Kyler Murray as a person? 1:29:40 - Our tribute to board member Felo 1:36:55 - Cornhole is a terrible name for a game and we end the show about as crass as possible.
The gang is back from Frisco, Texas, with plenty to break down from the Sooners time at Big 12 Media Days. We talk about everything that stood out to us about OU's time at The Star as well as the other interesting topics such as Tom Herman, UT and Justice Hill being hounded about where Dax Hill is going to college. Plenty of OU QB/Kyler Murray/Austin Kendall goodness as well as some man-crushing on Kenneth Murray and Rodney Anderson. We also hit some recruiting as a big commitment could/should? be coming just after the release of this podcast. Eric Striker's replacement, Riley is high on the defensive line and plenty more in this information packed edition of the Unofficial 40. The rundown follows below: OPEN - Back from Media Days and we start out with some criticism of people asking questions. 0:03:00 - We let pretentious Bourbon Josh stretch out 0:07:30 - The Big 12 should let the fans be a part of Media Days 0:12:15 - Tom Herman came off as a weirdo at Big 12 Media Days 0:21:30 - Lincoln Riley has to call out a reporter for asking a question as if Kyler Murray was his starting QB 0:28:10 - Some quick Spencer Rattler early enrollee talk 0:32:00 - How does compliance handle having a millionaire as a quarterback? 0:36:25 - OU players really impressed during the breakout interview session. Rodney Anderson shined. 0:45:10 - Theme of the day was leadership? Eddie says other theme was Riley really honing in on defensive issues. 0:46:20 - Kenneth Murray was most convincing OU leader at Media Days 0:55:15 - Riley on why Murray is so ready to represent OU in Frisco 1:01:30 - Lincoln Riley lobbed a lot of praise on his defensive line at media days. 1:07:30 - Josh gives some updates. Jaden Davis is about to announce. Does the great July continue? 1:08:10 - The mini circus of Justice Hill at media days and what to take out of his comments about Dax 1:13:45 - Early expectations on#ChampUBBQ attendance 1:17:20 - Jalen Redmond's status 1:20:15 - Eric Striker's is back to playing football. His role is being filled but who will fill it? 1:23:50 - Star power was lacking in Frisco. Final takes. 1:27:35 - Ben Powers steals the show in the end 1:31:15 - Tramonda Moore and Last Chance U comes out Friday