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VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
Effective Communication and Nurturing Company Culture @drewheifetz

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 48:35


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Chuck and Chernoff
Hour Three May 11 2022

Chuck and Chernoff

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:54


Los is in between a rock and a hard place now with rooting for Nakobe Dean. This Braves outfield shows you just how special the 2021 run to a world title was... Los takes great pleasure when this happens... College Football Playoff is going to be in this major West Coast city. Why? Plus, we get a Front Office Los.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
Hour Three May 11 2022

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:54


Los is in between a rock and a hard place now with rooting for Nakobe Dean. This Braves outfield shows you just how special the 2021 run to a world title was... Los takes great pleasure when this happens... College Football Playoff is going to be in this major West Coast city. Why? Plus, we get a Front Office Los.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
Hour Three May 11 2022

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:54


Los is in between a rock and a hard place now with rooting for Nakobe Dean. This Braves outfield shows you just how special the 2021 run to a world title was... Los takes great pleasure when this happens... College Football Playoff is going to be in this major West Coast city. Why? Plus, we get a Front Office Los.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
How to manufacture responsible fashion with Tilly of @doogoodfactory

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 118:39


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Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | 100 years...Hmmmm @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 34:22


During the second hour, we celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Pasadena's Rose Bowl. That reminds us..... Anyway, join us as we Celebration Florida home prices, Conway looks for a home at the new Disney community in Palm Springs, and we build up the nerve to talk to our crush.

ESPN Daily
How Aidan Hutchinson Wrote His Way to the NFL Draft

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 45:52


Aidan Hutchinson made football his destiny. His childhood dream was to follow in the footsteps of his father Chris Hutchinson, the former Michigan linebacker who won a Rose Bowl and has the fourth-most sacks in Wolverine history. This dream was much more than just a passive thought: it was one of the many written goals that Aidan used as a guiding principle in his life and led him to breaking his dad's records, bouncing back from a season-ending injury, and being a Heisman finalist. Ryan Hockensmith tells us about Hutchinson and the path that presumably will culminate in him being the first pick in this year's NFL Draft.

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
From Skateboarding in Morocco to running vintage in Kansas City w/ @yousefamn

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 89:00


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History of College Football
Episode 168 - The 'Ten-Year War' between Michigan and Ohio State

History of College Football

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 15:23


Today we discuss the 'Ten-Year' War' between Michigan and Ohio State. The 10 Year War lasted from 1969 to 1978 and pitted Bo Schembechler and Woody Hayes. This rivalry encapsulated what it meant to engage in a bitter rivalry, in a classic teacher-versus-student matchup, between 2 programs that simply do like each other. Every year, Michigan and Ohio State faced off and the winner would go on to earn a berth in the Rose Bowl berth. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support

Special Forces Gang
Youngsters Impressing In Spring

Special Forces Gang

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 34:37


Utah Football is flying following its Rose Bowl appearance and the youngsters are showing up in Spring football making the excitement levels ahead of the 2022 season immense.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
The Old Vintage Clothing Show recap w/ Jesse Heifetz

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 29:31


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Rothman & Ice
Rothman & Ice April 7, 2022

Rothman & Ice

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 123:09


Happy Thursday! The Masters is underway, Tiger makes his return, our final discussion with Dan Dakich for the season at 12:33pm, MLB season predictions, PFN's Dalton Miller at 1:33pm, CJ Stroud on the team's confidence following the Rose Bowl, Augusta National "hole or not a hole" trivia, and Bucknuts' Patrick Murphy at 2:33pm!

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
@kellycoleusa actor, DJ, designer, and 20 years of Vintage Curating for the Hollywood elite

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 119:11


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Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show
How Has CJ Stroud Improved Since The Rose Bowl?

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 21:30


Ohio State's offense was the best in the nation in 2021 by a lot of metrics, but the 2022 Buckeyes could be even better.This week, offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson answered questions about how QB CJ Stroud has improved since the end of his record-breaking Rose Bowl performance, just how explosive the offense could be on the whole, the move of Cade Stover back to tight end, and much more.

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 3 | I Feel Safe Shoppinnnggg @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 34:58


Elex Michaelson – Politics / mayors race // Dean Brozino – Rose Bowl Event 100 Year Anniversary // Beverly Hills PD beefing up security // Anaheim attempted kidnapping

KFI Featured Segments
@Conwayshow - Dedan Brozino, Rose Bowl Stadium Celebrating 100 Years!

KFI Featured Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 9:36


Dedan Brozino -Chief Development Officer of the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation Rose Bowl Stadium – ‘Party of the Century' Gala on Saturday, July 30th•The Rose Bowl Stadium, in coordination with the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation, has rescheduled its 100th birthday celebration from early 2020.•This will be the first and only event of its kind in the history of the Stadium, to celebrate the life and moments of the Rose Bowl Stadium, while continuing to generate support to protect, preserve, and enhance its future as a National Historic Landmark.

Inside the Headset with the AFCA
Bobby Kennedy, WR - Stanford

Inside the Headset with the AFCA

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 29:37


This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Stanford's Wide Receivers Coach, Bobby Kennedy. Coach Kennedy shares the positive impact that coaching mentors have played in his life, highlights the importance of setting players up for success after their football career, and speaks on the benefits of being involved with the AFCA. Bobby Kennedy is entering his fifth season as the Wide Receivers Coach for the Stanford Cardinal. Despite injuries plaguing the Cardinal wide receiving corps, Kennedy's group was a bright spot of the Stanford offense week in and week out during the 2021 season. Throughout his time leading the Cardinal receiving unit, Kennedy has produced multiple All Pac-12 selections, NFL Draft picks, and record breakers that have rewritten the Stanford record books. Kennedy brought 26 years of collegiate coaching experience to Palo Alto. His most recent stops included four years as the wide receivers coach at Iowa (2013-16), and he held the same position at Colorado (2011-12). The Hawkeyes reached a bowl game in all four years of Kennedy's tenure, including a perfect 12-0 regular season record in 2015, when Iowa won the West Division of the Big Ten Conference, participated in the 2016 Rose Bowl and ended the season in the top-10 of the national rankings. Kennedy joined the Colorado staff after spending time in Texas, where he spent seven seasons (2004-10) as wide receivers coach, the last six as the assistant recruiting coordinator. In his time at Texas, Kennedy coached in two BCS National Championship games, the 2005 Rose Bowl victory over USC when the Longhorns won the national championship, and in 2009 against Alabama. Kennedy's first season in Austin came immediately after the Longhorns had lost three wide receivers to the NFL. He proceeded to build a receiving corps that included three Biletnikoff Award candidates, including two semifinalists and one finalist. Kennedy joined the Texas program from Washington, where he tutored wide receiver Reggie Williams to two All-America campaigns before he became the ninth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft. Kennedy also coached running backs at Arizona in 2001, and had a six-year tenure at Wake Forest, coaching the Demon Deacon running backs in 1999-2000 after four years (1995-98) as receivers coach before getting his coaching start at the University of Wyoming. [0:29] Start of interview [1:04] Personal coaching journey as a receivers coach [3:30] The impact of a mentor [6:17] Importance of networking and developing relationships [9:52] Learning and developing as a coach [13:17] Creating a family environment in a program [17:06] Setting players up for success after football [22:09] Involvement with the AFCA

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show
12 Interesting Things We Heard At Ohio State Spring Football

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 31:48


Ohio State is nearing the midway point of the spring football schedule. Today will be the seventh of 15 practices, and there has been a lot to talk about around this team. Today, you'll hear some of the most interesting things we learned from Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, defensive coordinator Jim Knowles, and offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson. - How has CJ Stroud improved since the Rose Bowl?- Will the offensive line be better with more traditional guards instead of four tackles?- What is Jim Knowles looking for out of the Leo/Jack position?- And much more

Locked On Buckeyes
Cade Stover Moves Back to TE + Is This the Best Position for Stover to Play?

Locked On Buckeyes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 33:04


Cade Stover is one of many Ohio State players that people expect big plays from in the fall. His performance in the Rose Bowl gave everyone a peak at what fans can see if Stover plays linebacker during the upcoming season. Cade played like a man who was made to play linebacker during the granddaddy of them all. His instincts and physicality were perfect for a team that needed someone to step up. During the sixth spring practice it looked like Cade Stover went back to playing the position he play most of last season. That's correct, Cade Stover has moved back to LB. Jay opens today's show highlighting the big news that came out of the latest spring practice. This is bigger than things that show up in the stat sheet. Instead of changing topics, Jay decided to hit a different angle of Stover's position change. Is this the best move to make Ohio State the best football team it can be? That should be the goal, right. Every team should strive to always make moves that make them better. As you hear Jay's answer to the above question, questions about the position change might pop into your head. Feel free to leave them in the YouTube comments. Jay would love to read what you think about Cade Stover's decision. We close today's show with a thought from a YouTube comment. Jay has not shied away from discussing the strength and conditioning issues at Ohio State. Some listeners agree, while others have no problem explaining the differences in our opinions. This particular YouTube comment tied together my thoughts about Ohio State's strength and conditioning and the NFL Draft. You're going to be intrigued when you hear what the listener had to say. Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Small Market Podcast
Episode #96 w/ James Moore (1988 Rose Bowl Champion)

Small Market Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 56:44


James Moore joins former MSU fullback and 1988 Rose Bowl Champion joins the podcast to discuss his life after football. The ups and downs, and what he is doing now to bring about positive changes in the community. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smallmarket/support

KSL Unrivaled
Sean O'Connell, SiriusXM Pac-12 Today Host

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 15:17


Alex Kirry and Mitch Harper are joined by Sean O'Connell of Pac-12 Today to get his thoughts on Utah's spring football and how expectations should be handled going forward after the Rose Bowl win. Follow UnRivaled onTwitter,InstagramandFacebook for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
Danny Perez of Swap Shop and Versus Vintage Atlanta

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 115:11


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The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #79: Beaver Creek Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Nadia Guerriero

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 82:23


The Storm Skiing Podcast is sponsored by Spot and Mountain Gazette - Listen to the podcast for discount codes on subscriptions and merch.To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Organizations can email skiing@substack.com to add multiple users on one account at a per-subscriber enterprise rate.WhoNadia Guerriero, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Beaver Creek, ColoradoRecorded onMarch 25, 2022About Beaver CreekClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Vail ResortsBase elevation: 7,400 feet at Arrowhead Village; 8,100 feet at Beaver Creek VillageSummit elevation: 11,440 feetVertical drop: 3,340 feet (continuous)Skiable acres: 2,082Average annual snowfall: 325 inchesTrail count: 150 (39% advanced, 42% intermediate, 19% beginner)Lift count: 24 (12 high-speed quads, 1 chondola, 2 gondolas, 1 triple, 1 double, 7 conveyors - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Beaver Creek’s lift fleet)Uphill capacity: 48,264 skiers per hourWhy I interviewed herAmerica may or may not have suspected, when Beaver Creek flipped the power on in 1980 with three double chairs and three triples, that we were nearing the end of big-time ski resort construction in the United States. In the previous decade, Keystone (1970), Snowbird (1971), Copper Mountain (1972), Kirkwood (1972), Northstar (1972), Powder Mountain (1972), Telluride (1972), and Big Sky (1973) had all come online. Breckenridge (1961), Crested Butte (1962), Vail (1962), Park City (1963), Schweitzer (1963), Steamboat (1963), Crystal Mountain Washington (1964), Mt. Rose (1964), Purgatory (1965), Diamond Peak (1966), Jackson Hole (1966), Mission Ridge (1966), Snowmass (1967), Sierra-at-Tahoe (1968), and Grand Targhee (1969) had materialized out of the wilderness the decade before. This was a country that thought big and acted big, that crafted the tangible out of the improbable: a high-end ski resort, buffed smooth as an interstate and hemmed in by the faux villages of aspirational America, rising 3,000 feet out of the Colorado wilderness. The resort would be Vail’s answer to Aspen, high-end and straight down, without the drive to the end of the world.But after Deer Valley cranked to life the following year, big-mountain ski area development mostly broke down in the United States. The mammoth Yellowstone Club – all private, exclusively for individuals who consider automobiles to be single-use disposables – didn’t open until 1997. Tamarack, Idaho, was the next entrant, in 2004. The private Wasatch Peaks should open soon, and Mayflower may follow. But for the most part, this is a nation that, for better or worse, has decided to make do with the ski resorts it has.So what? Well, I lay this history out to make a simple point: Beaver Creek is about the best illustration we have of how and where we would build a ski resort if we still built ski resorts, with all our modern technology and understanding. The fall lines are incredible. The lift network sprawls and hums. The little walkable villages excise vehicles at exactly the right points. The place is just magnificent.The aversion to large-scale mountain construction did not, fortunately, temper Beaver Creek’s ambition. That simple half-dozen lifts multiplied to the west until the network overran and absorbed the formerly independent Arrowhead ski area. In 1991, Beaver Creek ran a high-speed quad up Grouse Mountain, one of the best pure black-diamond pods in Colorado. This year, the ski area added McCoy Park, a terrific high-altitude beginner pod, which complements the green-circle paradise off the Red Buffalo Express, already some of the most expansive top-of-the-world beginner terrain in America.Not that Beaver Creek got everything it wanted. A long-imagined 3.8-mile gondola connection to Vail, with a waystation at the long-abandoned Meadow Mountain ski area in Minturn, has been stalled for years. A lift up from Eagle-Vail would also be nice (and would eliminate a lot of traffic). But this isn’t the Alps, and the notion of lifts-as-transit is a tough sell to U.S. Americans, even in a valley already served by 55 of them (Vail Mountain has 31 lifts on top of Beaver Creek’s 24). They’d rather just drive around in the snow.Whatever. It’s a pretty fine complex just the way it is. And it’s one with a big, bold, ever-changing present. Beaver Creek is, along with Whistler and Vail Mountain, one of Vail Resorts’ three flagships, a standard-setter and an aspirational end-point for all those Epic Pass buyers around Milwaukee and Minneapolis and Detroit and Cleveland. This one has been on my list since the day I launched The Storm, and I was happy to finally lock it down.What we talked aboutWhy Beaver Creek is closing a bit later than usual this season; Guerriero’s early career as an agent for snowsports athletes, including Picabo Street and Johnny Moseley; night skiing at Eldora; working at pre-Vail Northstar; reactions to Vail buying Northstar; taking the lead at Beaver Creek; the differences between running a ski resort in Colorado versus Tahoe; what it means to get 600-plus inches of snow in a season; what elevates Beaver Creek to alpha status along with Vail Mountain and Whistler among Vail’s 40 resorts; going deep on the evolution and opening of McCoy Park, Beaver Creek’s top-of-the-mountain gladed beginner oasis; why the mountain converted McCoy to downhill terrain when it already had the excellent Red Buffalo pod on the summit of Beaver Creek Mountain; once again, I go on and on about green-circle glades; thoughts on the mountain’s lift fleet and where we could see upgrades next; why Beaver Creek doesn’t tend to see monster liftlines and the weird un-business of the ski area in general; the status of the long-discussed Vail Mountain-to-Beaver Creek gondola; thoughts on the rolling disaster that is Colorado’s Interstate 70; how Arrowhead, once an independent ski area, became part of Beaver Creek; the surprising sprawl and variety of Beaver Creek; potential future terrain expansions; the mountain’s high-end and rapidly evolving on-mountain food scene; cookies!; watching the evolution of the Epic Pass from the inside; whether Vail would ever build another ski area from scratch; Vail’s deliberate efforts to create leadership opportunities for women within its network; the mountain-town housing crisis; thoughts on Vail’s massive employee and housing investment; and Guerriero’s efforts to address the mountain-town mental health crisis.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewTwo words: McCoy Park. I recall skiing past this oddly wide-open and empty bowl, perched atop the mountain like some snowy pit-mine, years ago and wondering what was going on in there. The trailmap explained. For a long time, it was a Nordic and snowshoeing center. But this year, Beaver Creek finally finished a long-planned project to drop a new beginner center into the bowl. Two lifts and a clutch of blues and greens, some ungroomed, a contained adventure center for the graduated-from-the-carpet set that’s craving top-of-the-mountain adventure without the whooshing crowds or oops-I-just-skied-into-a-mogul-field regrets. Reviews have been solid. There’s one more thing: Vail has quietly built a very deep roster of women mountain leaders. Four of the company’s five Colorado resorts, and eight of its 40*, are led by women. Women hold approximately 45 percent of Vail’s corporate leadership roles, and half of its 10 board of directors members are women. Also, according to a Vail spokeswoman, CEO Kirsten Lynch is the only female CEO among travel and leisure companies listed on the 2021 Fortune 100 list.These gender-diversity efforts are, Vail Resorts’ Director of Corporate Communications Jamie Alvarez told me, “intentional and explicit. The ski industry has traditionally been male-dominated, particularly in senior leadership roles. As a company, Vail Resorts has prioritized creating an environment that encourages and enables growth opportunities for women at all levels of the company. This isn’t just in corporate, but also throughout our operations. We are proud of our industry-leading accomplishments and are committed to continuing to accelerate women at our company and in our industry.”They should be.*The eight current women heads of Vail Resorts are: Jody Churich at Breckenridge, Nadia Guerriero at Beaver Creek, Beth Howard at Vail, Tara Schoedinger at Crested Butte, Dierdra Walsh at Northstar, Belinda Trembath at Perisher, Sue Donnelly at Crotched, and Robin Kisiel at Whitetail. Vail recently promoted Mount Snow GM Tracy Bartels to VP of mountain planning, projects, and maintenance, overseeing maintenance and mountain-planning efforts across the portfolio.Questions I wish I’d askedI’ve always found it interesting that Alterra chose to leave Deer Valley off the unlimited tier of the Ikon Pass, while Vail granted unlimited Beaver Creek access on its comparatively cheap Epic Pass (Deer Valley’s season pass is $2,675). Both ski areas have similar philosophies around grooming, on-mountain food, and delivering a high-end experience. My guess is that this model works at Beaver Creek because it’s just a little bit harder to get to, while you can fall off your patio in Salt Lake City and end up at the top of Deer Valley’s Empire Express. Since Alterra just limited Deer Valley access even more, yanking it off the Ikon Base Pass, I’m guessing they’re fairly committed to that model, but it’s still an interesting contrast that I’d like to explore more at some point.What I got wrongNadia and I discussed one of the more tedious meta-critiques of Vail, which is that the company makes all its resorts the same. I don’t agree with this narrative, but the example I gave on the podcast was, to be honest, pretty lame, as I couched my counterpoint in a discussion of how Beaver Creek and Northstar differ operations-wise. Which, of course. No one is comparing Kirkwood to Mad River, Ohio from a snowfall and terrain point of view. What I should have done instead is to ask Guerriero what makes each resort culturally distinct. That’s on me.I also made the assertion that skiers could drop into McCoy Park from the top of the Bachelor Gulch lift, which is untrue. The three lifts with McCoy access (aside from the two lifts within the bowl intself) are Strawberry Express, Larkspur Express, and Upper Beaver Creek Express. I made a bad assumption based on the trailmap.Why you should ski Beaver CreekLiving in New York, I find myself in a lot of casual conversation with skiers pointed west for a week at Vail. I don’t know why (actually I do know why), but New Yorkers are drawn to the place like cows to grass. Like hipsters to $9 coffee drinks. Like U.S. Americans to 18-wheel-drive pickups. Like… well, they really like Vail, OK? And every time someone tells me about their long-planned trip to Vail, I ask them how many days they plan on spending at Beaver Creek, and (just about) every time, their answer is the same:Zero.This, to me, is flabbergasting. A Storm reader, Chris Stebbins, articulated this phenomenon in an email to me recently:“Beaver Creek is the single biggest mystery in skidom in my humble opinion. On Epic. On I-70.  Just 12 minutes past Vail. 15 high-speed lifts strung across six pods, suiting every ability. A huge bed base, with a mountain ‘village.’ And I’m making 15-minute laps on Centennial. On a perfect blue-bird day. After 16 inches of snow. On a Saturday. During Presidents’ Week.”I don’t get it either, Chris. But there it is. I’ve been having similar experiences at Beaver Creek for almost 20 years. Enormous powder days, lapping Birds of Prey and Grouse Mountain, no liftlines all day. Maybe here and there on Centennial. Once or twice on Larkspur or Rose Bowl. The entirety of the Arrowhead and Bachelor Gulch side deserted, always, like some leftover idyll intact and functional after an apocalyptic incineration of mankind. Once, on Redtail, or maybe it was Harrier, I crested the drop-off at mid-day to catch the growling hulks of half a dozen Snowcats drifting out of my siteline. Ahead of me a corduroy carpet, woven and royal, the union of all that is best in nature and best in technology. And no one to fight for it. I stood there perched over the Rockies just staring. Like I’m in a museum and contemplating something improbably manmade and ancient. Glorious. And 18 years later I still think about those turns, the large arcing sort born of absolute confidence in the moment, those Rossi hourglass twin-tips bought at an Ann Arbor ski shop and buried, for an ecstatic instant, in the test-lab best-case-scenario of their design.Look, I love Vail Mountain as much as anyone. It’s titanic and frenetic and pitch-perfect for hero turns on one of the most unintimidating big mountains in North America. I could spend the rest of my life skiing there and only there and be like, “OK well if it has to be one place I’m just relieved it’s not Ski Ward.” But the dismissive attitude toward 2,082-acre Beaver Creek, with its 3,340-foot vertical drop and zippidy-doo lift fleet and endless sprawling trail network, is amazing. The terrain, especially on Grouse, is steep and fall-line beautiful. My last trip to Beaver Creek – a midwinter pow-day Sunday where I never so much as shared a chair with another skier – was a dozen runs off Grouse, eight of those in the tangled wilds of Royal Elk Glades.All of which is a long way of suggesting that you work at least one Beaver Creek day into your next Vail run. It may be right down the road from Vail and an Epic Pass headliner, but Beaver Creek feels like it’s on another planet, or at least lodged within another decade.Oh yeah, and the cookies. Just trust me on this one. Go there.A pictorial history of Beaver Creek’s developmentBeaver Creek opened with six chairlifts, all on the main mountain, in 1980. By the next season, a triple ran up Strawberry Park. McCoy Park is a named section of the ski area more than four decades before it would enter the downhill system:The Larkspur triple came online in 1983. Two years later, McCoy Park is defined on the trailmap as a Nordic center:In 1991, Grouse Mountain opened:In 1997, Beaver Creek as we know it today came together, with lift connections from Rose Bowl all the way to Arrowhead, which was once an independent ski area. Beaver Creek purchased the small mountain in 1993 and eventually connected it to the rest of the resort via the Bachelor Gulch terrain expansion. Here’s what the mountain looked like in 1998:The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 31/100 in 2022. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer. You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

KSL Unrivaled
Kyle Whittingham gives his thoughts on spring practice

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 19:09


Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell get thoughts from Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham about spring football, the Rose Bowl, and the transfer portal. Follow UnRivaled onTwitter,InstagramandFacebook for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSL Unrivaled
Utah AD Mark Harlan On NIL, Rose Bowl, Stadium Expansion

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 15:39


Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell are joined by Utah athletics director Mark Harlan. Follow UnRivaled onTwitter,InstagramandFacebook for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

i love my wife podcast
EP 208: Chef Vanda Asapahu from Ayara Thai in LA talks about how family tradition has shaped her food and what it's like to be the first female Host of the upcoming Masters Of Taste

i love my wife podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 60:01


Join Kelli and Anne for their 208th NEW episode! First they talk about how happy they are that spring is finally here. Then they talk abut their open houses and hopefully getting an accepted offer in under a week! Next they talk about their love of Thailand and Kelli's upcoming trip in Thailand in Feb 2023. For more details on that trip go to www.rfamilyvacations.com Then Anne talks about her upcoming shows in NYC 3/24 London 5/13 Rehoboth Beach 6/20 Provincetown 7/21 Asheville, NC 8/27 and Palm Springs on 11/12. For more info go to www.annesteele.com Their special guest is Chef Vanda Asapahu from Ayara Thai in Los Angeles, where under her leadership in May of 2019, Ayara Thai was named one of Michelin Guide California's 2019 Bib Gourmands. Kelli and Anne met Vanda during the pandemic when they did some online Thai cooking classes with her, one of the many creative things she did to help keep her family business afloat during that difficult time. Vanda shares stories about her parents growing up in Thailand and how they moved to California to create better opportunities for their children. Their hardwork and dedication taught her to always strive to do great things including working for the UN in Thailand and finally joining the family business at Ayara Thai. She is now a Masters of Taste Culinary Master and the 2022 Host of the Master's Of Taste food and beverage festival on April 3rd on the field at The Rose Bowl! She is the first ever female host of this event and will be celebrating with a special Thai New Year section of the event! For more info go to www.ayarathai.com

Seager Storytime
#011 - Sam Darnold in The Cabin

Seager Storytime

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 88:32


Sam Darnold is a San Clemente native and starting NFL Quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. He played college football at USC where he won the infamous Rose Bowl and at the age of 21, was the NFL's youngest opening day Quarterback. We noticed Sam wearing Seager in a few interviews and reached out to have him on an episode. Hosted by Seager Co-Founders Case Anderson, Mattson Smith and Elliott Shaw.Produced by Eli PaulEdited by Dylan LeschA Seager Company Production | www.seagerco.comSpecial thanks to Manscaped, Sailaway Coffee and Palmetto energy

Bucknuts Morning 5
Five reasons Ohio State will be better this season

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 29:29


Ohio State finished 11-2 last season. The Buckeyes won the Rose Bowl over Utah but had losses to Oregon and Michigan on the ledger. We can't worry about the past (on today's show at least). We are forward focused.  Duane Long is here to give you five reasons why Ohio State will be better this season.  As if that wasn't enough, we also spend quality time answering LIVE questions from quality Bucknutters. Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ
NYC Vintage and Rag Fights with Rich of @metropolisnycvintage

VINTAGE CLOTHING N' STUFF W/ DREW HEIFETZ

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 97:40


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Gary and Shannon
(03/18) GAS Hour 2

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 30:21


AS gas prices rise, some Uber and Lyft drivers are considering quitting. We take calls from delivery drivers to see how they are handling the rise of gas prices. A Ventura County Supervisor filed a lawsuit with the California Superior Court for receiving a five-inch chocolate penis. The Rose Bowl will be celebrating its 100th year anniversary in July.

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast
Pac-12 recruiting storylines heading into spring evaluation period

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 25:23


National recruiting editor Brandon Huffman joins the show to break down five recruiting storylines across the Pac-12 landscape heading into the spring evaluation period, including Oregon flexing its muscle, USC needing to beef up, Utah capitalizing on their Rose Bowl appearance and more. Host: Blair Angulo  Guest: Brandon Huffman Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Boone Podcast
Dick Vermeil Joins The Boone Podcast

The Boone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 59:49


Rakes Report: A Notre Dame podcast
Dan Wetzel on the Freeman Hire and Playoff Expansion

Rakes Report: A Notre Dame podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 59:39


Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel joins to discuss Marcus Freeman's first three months on the job, Notre Dame recruiting, playoff expansion, NIL, Mel Tucker's extension, Rose Bowl sunsets and much more.

DadHouse
33: Football and Fatherhood with Danan Hughes

DadHouse

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 55:43


Welcome to another great Dadhouse episode. We tackle this episode with Danan Hughes. You know him as a commentator and former player for the Kansas City Chiefs. As a standout at The University of Iowa, he helped lead them to the Rose Bowl. As a father and Grandfather, Danan Hughes has all kinds of advice and insight that he is willing to share with the dads. So, huddle up, make the right beer call, and let's get into fatherhood with Danan Hughes.  2:26—In case you're missing your daily Dadhouse and all the smack talk, join us on Call-In, the social network for podcasters. It's live radio at its best. We run smaller, shorter episodes there. This last week we talked about what to do when you are sick with the kids and also maternal gatekeeping and how it affects fatherhood.  4:42—Shannon got his son the turtle! Everyone meet Trizzy, the yellow-bellied slider that is destined to rule all. Shannon makes the claim that his turtle will now beat up Mick's chickens.  6:54—Get ready for Mick's chicken up date and unfortunately, they've turned to prostitution.  8:02—This is our call out to like, share, subscribe and do all the stuff to help us get seen more. Here are the socials: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram 14:13—Good friend of the show Kyle Denny sent an email asking how we find time for a workout routine.  16:46—This week's DadCon Dad Advice is from Grady Black. Take a minute and listen in to what he has to say this week. How do we keep our moods level?  20:42—It's time to get into our conversation with Danan Hughes. A two-sport star that was drafted by both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Milwaukee Brewers. He played for five seasons. He has been an analyst for the Big Ten Network as well as the Kansas City Chiefs. He is active in his community, the father of 5 kids, and 3 grandkids.  23:08—Danan gets into what it was liked to get recruited back in the 90s. We love hearing stories like this.  25:38—How do the skills as an athlete transfer to becoming a better father? Danan gives us his insights. It starts with learning and convincing your kids that you love them no matter what.  28:16—How do you deal with conflict resolution when it comes to our children?  33:01—Building a community as a dad is very important to all us. How has Danan Hughes built his community?  35:57—How do you balance all your responsibilities as a player and broadcaster with all the needs of fatherhood?  39:47—Welcome to the Dadhouse 5, let's check your dadness!  45:00—What is the proper technique to make a snow angel?  Find it at the 1:40 mark in this video.

Covenant Church Douglas
Almost Crushed | Matt Rogers | Love Conference 2022

Covenant Church Douglas

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2022 44:23


Join us for our Love Conference 2022 replays! Tonight we have a powerful word from Matt Rogers. Rogers is a native and a resident of Rancho Cucamonga, California. He began singing at age 5. Rogers attended Sierra Vista Middle School in Covina, California and South Hills High School in West Covina, California, where he played football. He went on to play college football at the University of Washington, where he was an offensive lineman on their 2001 Rose Bowl championship team. He married Teri Himes on February 19, 2005, and has two sons, Brayden and Mason and a daughter, Samantha If you're a new friend, click on this link to fill out a new friend card online! https://oneconnection.org/new-friends Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram, @covenantchurch2. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel here: https://rebrand.ly/fcw9jxa Register to our Love Conference in 2022 here: oneconnection.org/love Download our Covenant Church App here: Apple Devices: https://rebrand.ly/s3nb5hq Android Devices: https://rebrand.ly/7w1r1tx

Building with Brick
Episode 13 - Chris Godfrey Interview (Part 4 of 4)

Building with Brick

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 26:03


How a Catholic Cardinal and a NFL Owner Influenced Chris Godfrey's FutureChris wraps up his four-part series with some deeply personal experiences with people who have helped guide him down a path that puts others first - especially young people. In Part 4 Chris talks about:John Cardinal O'Connor's surprise guidance revelationWhy he wrote "That's Where I Live" & started Life AthletesHow he became involved in the Corps of Renewal and Charity (CORAC)His wise advice to players and coachesA deeply spiritual man was my take-home opinion of this giant among NY Giants. Chris Godfrey's feet are solidly on the ground, but his spirit is in Christ and he is not ashamed to profess that fact. The wisdom he shares in Part 4 is of value to young and old alike.

Keep Off The Grass Podcast
Pro Turf: THE ROSE BOWL

Keep Off The Grass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 80:07


WELCOME to Season 2 of Keep Off The Grass!  To kick off a new year of conversations and guests we got a BIG opportunity to sit down with the current and former Rose Bowl Stadium superintendent; Miguel Yepez and Will Schnell. They give us all the inside scoop of what it's like to work on football's most iconic stadium and how they keep it looking so amazing!THANK you for all the support, listens, and downloads over the past year!  Keep Off The Grass Lawn of the Week is proudly Sponsored by ProPEAT Fertilizers www.Propeat.com IG:@propeat1Outro music this week is Vans in Japan, by Deep StateJoin us LIVE every Tuesday night on YouTube-jump in the chat, weigh in, and try to win a giveaway!  SUBSCRIBE!!!www.youtube.com/keepoffthegrasslivecast Follow us on Instagram! www.Instagram.com/keep.off.the.grass Check out our website for more info and merchwww.KOTG.live The Keep Off The Grass Livecast is a collaborative effort of DIY lawncare enthusiasts seeking to pool our knowledge and learn from each other.  As always, be sure to research what is right for your lawn, as well as what products and application rates are acceptable and appropriate for your area, and don't forget to add .edu to ANY lawncare search for professional turf grass publications!

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast
Ep. 234 - After All That, The Playoff Remains at 4

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 92:12


No opening take. The guys jump right into the latest news that the College Football Playoff will not expand for the next 4 years (:40). Why must they announce at this point that the Playoff will not be expanded in the next 4 years? Why do they need so much buffer time to make any decision (5:45)? Remember last summer when we all thought an expanded playoff was a done deal and would be here sooner than later? Grant thinks the SEC is trying to eventually dominate everything about the sport. Lee wants to know how TV rights deals come into play here (15:30). Apparently there's some pushback on the idea of playing on campus playoff games. Automatic Qualifiers for the Playoff are also something everybody can't agree upon (22:20). Another reason why the expanded playoff proposal didn't pass was the idea of players playing extra games. Lee gives credit to a college football writer that we normally rip on during the show (33:20). Lee asks if we are missing anything when it comes to expanding the playoff? It seems like everybody is on the same side here. What else could be done to improve college football (39:30)? Of course the Rose Bowl is a big component as to what will happen with the Playoff in the future (49:00). Should OU want to stay in the Big 12 until the current media rights contract runs out (56:45)? What if we saw an immediate difference in OU in Game 1 against UTEP? Why does the national media all seem to think OU will not be any good in 2022? Do they not understand that Brent Venables is a pretty good coach and OU's still got a lot of pieces (1:03:25)? We finish the show by addressing some comments and questions from the WoE Facebook page (1:19:35). Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9

Keep Off The Grass Podcast
Grass Seed 201: Mountain View Seeds Round 2!

Keep Off The Grass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 74:57


  The Cast sit down again to catch up with Adam Russell from Mountain View Seeds. Mountain View Seeds is fortunate enough to have some of their seed displayed on one of the biggest college football stadiums, the Rose Bowl   Adam tells us what it is like for them to be showcased and relied upon and let's us know what 2022 will be like for the grass seed industry and their company specifically.Keep Off The Grass Lawn of the Week is proudly Sponsored by ProPEAT Fertilizers www.Propeat.com IG:@propeat1Intro/Outro music this week is Vans in Japan, by Deep StateJoin us LIVE every Tuesday night on YouTube-jump in the chat, weigh in, and try to get a giveaway!  SUBSCRIBE!!!www.youtube.com/keepoffthegrasslivecast Follow us on Instagram! www.Instagram.com/keep.off.the.grass Check out our website for more info and merchwww.KOTG.live The Keep Off The Grass Livecast is a collaborative effort of DIY lawncare enthusiasts seeking to pool our knowledge and learn from each other.  As always, be sure to research what is right for your lawn, as well as what products and application rates are acceptable and appropriate for your area, and don't forget to add .edu to ANY lawncare search for professional turf grass publications!

One More Time Podcast
#039 - Wix Patton on UGA Rose Bowl Freestyle, Finding Your Artist Superpower and More

One More Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 57:58


In this episode of the One More Time Podcast, Wix Patton talks about freestyling at the Rose Bowl while playing football at UGA, finding your superpower as an artist, working hard when no one is watching, and more! Wix Patton is an artist originally from the golf cart capital of Georgia. After getting cut from the team, he had something to prove and decided to go all in on football. He walked on the team at UGA, but eventually found himself trying to manage his studies, duties as a football player and pursuing a dream of becoming an artist. When the NCAA gave him an ultimatum, he hung up his jersey and went full send on music. Having signed with Oomp Camp's label, he has been able to work with super producers like DJ Montay and Big Korey to cultivate a unique sound. When you talk to Wix, you can hear the true passion he has for his artistry. Be on the lookout for him to have a big 2022 and beyond!  WATCH this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/16mZyL_k1OsFOLLOW Wix Patton on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/wixpattonWATCH music video for "100 Miles" by Wix Patton:https://youtu.be/E4xA8M0vHOIThe One More Time Podcast is hosted by H3NRY (music producer and mixing engineer) and Playback Ben (music manager and marketing consultant). We created the show to have genuine conversations with genuine people about music. It is a platform for people in the spotlight and those behind the scenes in music to tell the stories about where they've come from, where they're at, and where they're going.FOLLOW and TURN ON notifications to make sure you NEVER miss an episode!FOLLOW One More Time, H3NRY and Playback Ben:https://www.instagram.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.instagram.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.instagram.com/playbackbenhttps://www.tiktok.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.tiktok.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.tiktok.com/playbackben

Building with Brick
Episode 13 - Chris Godfrey Interview (Part 1 of 4)

Building with Brick

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 25:35


Chris Godfrey grew up in Detroit and played on three University of Michigan Big Ten Champs and Rose Bowl teams as a starting defensive lineman. He eventually moved to the offensive line as a pro and played 9 professional seasons, highlighted by his Super Bowl win over the John Elway's Broncos in of all places, the Rose Bowl!In part 1 of 4 Chris talks about:growing up in Detroit and being mentored early for successhaving to move to Florida his high school senior yearcoming back to Michigan to play for the Wolverineshow playing for Bo Schembechler prepared him for the NFLAs you will find out in the latter parts of this 4-part series, Chris was and is much more than just a pro football player. He became a lawyer, and author, and founded an organization, Life Athletes, geared to help people do what is right and to never quit. He is smart, articulate, spiritual and well grounded. He shares his secret to success with the listeners and offers his guidance for others as they face adversity.

The Jazz Weekly Run
HBTJ Ep. 18: ESPN/Jazz TV analyst Holly Rowe talks being back in Utah, working the Rose Bowl & more

The Jazz Weekly Run

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 50:03


On this episode, the guys sit down and talk to ESPN/Jazz TV analyst Holly Rowe. The guys ask Holly about being back in Utah and covering the Jazz, her busy schedule, and more. She also gives insight on interviewing athletes and coming up with questions in the moment.

The Sharpe Sports Report
Wash. Rinse. Repeat.

The Sharpe Sports Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 84:35


It's a new year and the hierarchy of college football has changed as much as my fondness for Katy Perry has… not a damn bit! Alabama is in ANOTHER Championship game and SEC counterpart Georgia proved the South still hailed the best teams in college football. We dive into both playoff games and Kellen and I rip Brandon a new one for a poor take on Cincinnati. We also try to comprehend a Rose Bowl for the ages and what the heck happened in the Fiesta Bowl?! The back half of the pod looks at all of the strange things from this past weeks NFL action featuring OBJ punching butts and Antonio Browns situation. Lastly, is Big Ben a top 10 all time QB in the NFL? Have a listen and for the love of god SMASH SUBSCRIBE! --- 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/the_sharpe_sports_report/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the_sharpe_sports_report/support

A Pen And A Napkin
A Pen And A Napkin-Episode #108 Todd Wolfson

A Pen And A Napkin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 67:23


We open up 2022 with Todd Wolfson, the Boys HC at St. Francis (Pasadena, CA) High School. As I record in a blizzard and he records a stone throw from the Rose Bowl, we discuss leaving one successful job for another, having a slow build over the season, having a great coaching staff, stats and what he looks for and creating a great family atmosphere and culture. This is a great pod to start off 2022!

Cap City Pulse: Columbus Sportstalk
Cap City Pulse: Buckeyes kick off 2022 with big Rose Bowl comeback win; How OSU re-establishes their dominance this fall; Blue Jackets market correction

Cap City Pulse: Columbus Sportstalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 44:44


Duane's unscripted, unfiltered and cogent takes on the latest involving the Buckeyes and Blue Jackets as they return to action.

Bold Breakthroughs: Unstick Work & Life!
Ep 11: Ten Whittingham Players Share Life Lessons from a Rose-Bowl Coach

Bold Breakthroughs: Unstick Work & Life!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 81:20


Britain Covey, NFL players, program rookies and more share 30 work & life lessons from Utah Football Coach Kyle Whittingham. A second tribute, listen to the first plus an interview with Coach Whittingham. Subscribe now. Practices that translate from one's passion to work life. Ten people who have worked with Coach Kyle Whittingham offer insights. Coach Whittingham is a Rose Bowl coach, his conference's coach of the year and the pre-pandemic national Dodd Coach of the Year for FBS.

The Blazecast
Pylon Podcast- College Bowl Games

The Blazecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 29:10


Does Cincinnati have a shot at Alabama? Which defense will prevail between Michigan and Georgia? How I'll the Buckeyes look in the Rose Bowl? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blazecast/support

Ultimate College Basketball Tournament Preview 2022
Rose Bowl Preview - Utah Utes vs Ohio State Buckeyes Bet QL Betting Advice

Ultimate College Basketball Tournament Preview 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 39:54


The Ultimate College Football Playoff Preview is here! The second bowl game in our series is the Rose Bowl. The Utah Utes are taking on the Ohio State Buckeyes.  This preview features a conversation from Bet QL experts Chelsa Messinger and Michael Jenkins from "The Daily Tip" podcast. You also hear conversations from local experts that cover Ohio State and Utah every day.  National experts RJ Choppy and Jeffrey Wright of Bet QL U provide a unique perspective that you can only find here. Come back Tuesday for a preview of the Fiesta Bowl as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys. 

Ultimate College Basketball Tournament Preview 2022
Sugar Bowl Preview - Ole Miss Rebels vs Baylor Bears Bet QL Betting Advice

Ultimate College Basketball Tournament Preview 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 37:43


The Ultimate College Football Playoff Preview is here! We are starting things off by previewing the Sugar Bowl as the Ole Miss Rebels of the SEC battle the Baylor Bears of the Big 12 in New Orleans.  This preview features conversation from Bet QL experts Chelsa Messinger and Michael Jenkins from "The Daily Tip" podcast. You also hear conversations from local experts that cover Ole Miss and Baylor every single day.  NFL Draft analyst Ryan Tracy breaking down Matt Corral and what he needs to do to raise his draft stock.  National experts RJ Choppy and Jeffrey Wright of Bet QL U provide a unique perspective that you can only find here.  Come back Monday for a preview of the Rose Bowl as the Ohio State Buckeyes take on the Utah Utes. 

Bold Breakthroughs: Unstick Work & Life!
Ep 7: “Trust the Process” Tribute & Interview of Kyle Whittingham, Coach of PAC-12 Champs & a Nat'l FBS Coach of the Year for Utah Football

Bold Breakthroughs: Unstick Work & Life!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 20:39


My tribute & interview of Kyle Whittingham on his process of leading millennials and strategy. Kyle and Utah became PAC-12 Champions and a Rose Bowl team through Kyle's leadership process over decades. Kyle, Utah Football's Breakout Coach, has won a record number of games in a small market. Kyle was pre-pandemic, Dodd FBS Coach of the Year, Kyle leads millennial athletes and nearly 80 non-athletes to unprecedented academic, community and sports success—criteria of the Dodd award. How has he done this as a Utah coach for two decades? He preaches “trust the process”—one that works. So we share Whittingham's team and individual leadership process. Photos provided by Rich Johnson, Whittingham and player families. See video at: https://youtu.be/SU3ssPkVux8.