In the first episode of Bald Men on Campus, Jay Bilas, LaPhonso Ellis and Seth Greenberg preview the ACC and Big 12. In the ACC, they get into how the conference killed it in the transfer portal, people sleeping on Notre Dame and Louisville, Mike Brey as the Ted Lasso of college hoops, Hubert Davis taking over for Roy Williams, Virginia Tech's front court, and Mike Krzyzewski's final season at Duke. Then, in the Big 12, the guys discuss Chris Beard dumping Texas Tech for Texas, how Beard completely overhauled the Longhorn roster, why they think Kansas will have a different grit this season and their confidence in Bob Huggins to retooling West Virginia.
The OG with Ovies and Giglio, heard weekdays from 3-6:30 on 99.9 The Fan. On this edition of the show, the guys are live in Charlotte for the ACC Tipoff. They interview all three triangle coaches including a one-on-one with Coach K as he approaches his final season at the helm for Duke. FSU Coach, Leonard Hamilton also sits down with the guys and Lauren Brownlow to talk about his excitement for the upcoming season. Lastly, Syracuse Head Coach, Jim Boeheim joins the guys to discuss the differences this season without Roy Williams at UNC and Coach K's final run.
The start of practice for the 2021-22 college basketball season starts next Wednesday, as the season is less than two months away. After a historic and hectic off-season, Josh & Anthony wonder which players will benefit the most from the retirement of Roy Williams, and the hiring of Hubert Davis.
"Stepped on de pin, de pin bent and dat's de way da story went"....a folk storytelling song/chant recorded by Zora Neale HurstonOpossum discovers greedy Raccoon eating up all the crawfish in the pond. Great googamooga! Kooyah! What is dis? A big argument fo' sho! Will Opossum and Racoon ever be friends or will they starve to death as enemies?Aunti Oni wrote this version based on the classic Biloxi, Mississippi folktale, "Why Opossum Plays Possum" Specially dedicated to Zora Neale Hurston, of Eatonville, Florida, one of the greatest storytellers who ever lived.Wanna know what happens? Listen up!Crawfish Delight! (c) 2021 Oni Lasana (adaptation)Music: (c) Mississippi Hornpipe by Roy WilliamsMIxed by DJ King CanalSee Aunti Oni: www.AuntiOni.funIf you love Crawfish Delight, show you care and share it with your family & friends everywhere!Thank ya kindly! Support Aunti Oni Story Village & donate. Thanks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In recognition of a decorated, 19-year NBA career, Paul Pierce will be enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday. On a special episode of The Crossover, key voices from Pierce's career -- including Roy Williams, Antoine Walker, Rick Pitino and Doc Rivers -- weigh in on some of its pivotal moments. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
There may not be one right way to transform your body… But there are definitely a lot of wrong ways… While fast fads and quick fixes may get you the results you want in the short term, they can wreak havoc on your body in the long run. On today's podcast, Roy Williams shares with us his personal experience with body transformation and how he learned that what you put in your body is just as important as the way you move it. Roy is a certified personal trainer with a passion for helping people be their best in the gym and in the kitchen through a plant-based approach. He inspires his clients to eat more wholesome foods and move their bodies more. To learn more about body transformation with a plant-based approach join us on today's Integrative #HealthCoachSuccess podcast 053– Enjoy the show! Listen or Watch At: IHP.Coach/053 - - - Dr. Cabral's Book, The Rain Barrel Effect: https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Become an Integrative Health Practitioner: https://integrativehealthpractitioner.org - - - Speak with an IHP Graduate: https://clientsuccess.as.me/ihp-discovery-call
Josh & Anthony are back to wrap up their trip down memory lane looking back at Roy Williams' legendary career at UNC, by giving their all-time starting 5 of players that played under Ol' Roy in Chapel Hill. While there are some obvious choices, some of their selections may surprise you.
This one is really fun. Former KU Sr. Associate Athletic Director Konzem shares his experiences working with Roy Williams, Bill Self and a myriad of football coaches at the University of Kansas while he was at KU. He shares interesting stories of hiring Coach Williams as well as the moment he realized Coach Williams was leaving for North Carolina.Richard also shares with the audience his favorite assignments at KU as well as his least favorite job there.This session is entirely about KU. Jayhawk fans (and opponents) should really enjoy the inside stories.
This week, Aarav and Arsh discuss Robert Williams III 4-yr, $54M contract extension, as well as interview UNC Basketball Player, Armando Bacot!!Chapters:0:00 Introduction1:02 Robert Williams New Deal5:11 Interview with Armando BacotBe sure to check them out on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoBrothersandTheirSportsSupport the show (https://www.twobrothersandtheirsports.com)
The Culture State Podcast - celebrating those who put North Carolina on the sports & pop-culture map. Chris Lea of WRAL Sports and Dennis Cox of 99.9 The Fan are joined by former UNC Men's Basketball star Tyler Hansbrough. Tyler talks about where he is currently in his career, and why he enjoys playing oversees. Tyler also shares where the nickname 'Psycho T' came from, and what Roy Williams meant to him. He gives his thoughts on the 'bloody nose' game from March 2007. Plus, Tyler shares a story about a time he ran into Michael Jordan at a local restaurant. Twitter & Instagram: @CultureStatePod @ChrisLeaTV @TheFanRookie #UNC #UNCBasketball #TylerHansbrough #MichaelJordan #TylerHansbrough #PsychoT
After providing resumes, and linking the correlations between the 2005, 2009, & 2017 title squads, Josh & Anthony try to determine the best national championship team that Roy Williams coached while the head coach of the Tar Heels. Josh also updates you on where former Tar Heels landed in NBA free agency, and which former Tar Heels are playing in the NBA Summer League.
The boys continue looking back at the best moments of the Roy Williams Era, as they provide you with their top 5 non-conference wins, and a lot like their lists of the best wins over Duke, some of their choices will surprise you.
Josh & Anthony start taking a look back at the best moments of the Roy Williams Era, starting with wins over Duke. They both reveal their top 5 wins over the Blue Devils, & some of their choices may surprise you.
A convoy of 50 tractors and utes are set to thunder down Auckland's Queen St tomorrow as thousands of farmers around the country gear up for a "howl of a protest" that will see vehicles parade through urban centres across New Zealand.Groundswell NZ has organised the protest in 47 towns and cities on Friday.Pukekohe to Auckland organiser Scott Bright said that 50 tractors would be escorted by police along the Southern Motorway from Drury starting at 9.20am.The convoy would leave the motorway at Wellesley St, travel down Queen St before going along Beach Rd and rejoining the motorway heading south from Stanley St.People have been encouraged to bring their tractor, ute and dogs for a bark-up in protest against what has been described as "increasing Government interference, unworkable regulations, and unjustified costs".A "massive" number of tractors are expected on Auckland's Queen St down to Southland.Groundswell co-founder Bryce McKenzie, from West Otago, is expecting an "enormous" response to the nationwide event.The only major city Groundswell had left off the itinerary - and that was intentional - was Wellington.McKenzie was expecting a "massive" number of tractors in Auckland's Queen St. The logistics were different in the various areas, with some towns requiring traffic management plans, he said.Bright said a number of vegetable growers would be donating three tonnes of vegetables to the City Mission.The Herald understands a protest planned for Christchurch has been moved out of Cathedral Square as organisers were expecting a large number of participants.Some protesters have been diverted to other Canterbury towns.Christchurch organiser Aaron Stark told John MacDonald on NewstalkZB their main concerns are around constant changes to regulations and the "moving of goal posts"."We're fed up to be honest. Every farmer I know around here, around Canterbury, we're having the talk that maybe it's time to hang up the boots and find something else to do."It's getting to a point where we can't do it."The Otago Daily Times is reporting in Dunedin, organisers have decided it would not be safe for the protest to stop in the city so participants will drive through the Octagon, between about noon and 12.15pm, their dogs barking.They will then return to Mosgiel where former Invermay head Dr Jock Allison would give a short address and Marshall would deliver Groundswell NZ's statement on how it sees things.Even though protest vehicles would be keeping left and letting other traffic flow as smoothly as possible, there would still be significant disruption to the travelling public around Dunedin and Balclutha and more time should be left to get to destinations.In Levin, tradies and farmers are planning to drive their utes and tractors down Oxford St.The local protest group is planning to meet at Donnelly Park at 11am. The convoy would then leave for a drive through Oxford St at noon.Roy Williams, of Levin Scaffolding Ltd, and Ingo Schleuss, of Kapinua, setting up the protest banner south of Levin yesterday. Photo / SuppliedHundreds of farmers, growers and tradies are expected to take to the streets around Northland.Protests in Whangārei, Dargaville, Kerikeri and Kaitaia are due to start around the country at 11am.Whangārei co-ordinator Tracey Thomasson said she expected up to 200 vehicles.In Dannevirke, the protest kicks off on High St around 12.15pm.The parade of tractors, trucks, vehicles and people walking will start from the old Farmers Transport south of town and the Mangatera Hotel north of town.
The Culture State Podcast - celebrating those who put North Carolina on the sports & pop-culture map. Chris Lea of WRAL Sports and Dennis Cox of 99.9 The Fan are joined by a couple of the biggest names in currently in basketball from the '336.' Former UNC Greensboro head men's basketball coach - and current Cincinnati Bearcat head coach - and UNC player Wes Miller; and former Clemson basketball player, now-turned Cincinnati Bearcat John Newman III join the show. Miller talks about his time coaching at UNCG, the impact of Roy Williams on his life as a player and coach, and what the State of North Carolina means to him. Newman discusses why he went transferred from Clemson to Cincinnati to play for Wes Miller, being on a Clemson team that finally won in Chapel Hill, and what makes the Greensboro area so special to many.
We had a blast with this one. Former Iowa State star, NBA player, and author Paul Shirley is in the house! This was some of the most fun we have had on this show and we know that you're all in for treat.Shirley was undrafted after a successful career at Iowa State. He had stints with the Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Hawks, Phoenix Suns and had great success playing overseas. He is the author of “Can I Keep My Jersey” , “Stories I Tell On Dates” and “Ball Boy”. He also runs the Writers Blok and has done some amazing work with his writing. He shares some awesome stories about his time in Reno, Iowa State, Kelvin Cato, Roy Williams, training camp with the championship Lakers team, his 2K rating, his writing and MUCH more. This was one of our favorite episodes that we have done and we can't thank Paul enough for his time. He has a great perspective on both basketball and life and has a great sense of humor. We hope this episode gives you a whole different level of respect for professional athletes who don't have the stability of some of the game's biggest stars. Not to mention all the work involved in writing a book. We also hope you have a whole different level of respect for Paul Shirley. We certainly do!Thank you Paul Shirley!Be sure to checkout his books Can I Keep My Jersey, Stories I Tell On Dates, and Ball Boy. Also visit Paul-Shirley.com for more info.You can find this episode on Apple, Spotify or any source for podcasts!Follow us on social media!Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/notin.myhouse.79Instagram- @Not_in_my_house_podcastTwitter - @NOTINMYHOUSEpc
On this edition of The Kirby on Sports Podcast, Lead Contributor and co-host Dan Demski joins Josh as they start the show talking about some of their favorite MLB ballparks they would like to visit in the near future. They also talk about the retirement of UNC basketball coach Roy Williams and and soon to be retired Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski and how their retirement will change the face of the ACC and college basketball as a whole. Later in the show Josh chats with Lake Lewis Jr. Owner of sportsjourney.com and Host of The After Practice Podcast as he gives his thoughts on how The Washington Football Team looks so far during mini camp and players to look out for in this upcoming season. You can find Dan on Twitter: @Dan_demski97 You can find Lake on Twitter: @LakeLewis Check out our new website: www.kirbyonsports.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thekirbyonsportspodcast/support
No guest today unfortunately and no Taylor either so it's just Subbi and The Shark bantering about quite literally nothing. We talk everything from Slack to Family Karma to the statue standard at UMass. We also finally get around to discussing the Coach K and Roy Williams departures and offer our thoughts on their successors. Then we do our own version of "Who He Play For" as it pertains to all of the transfers that have taken place since we last gave you an update. Finally, we wouldn't be as absurd as we are if we didn't give a Family Karma college basketball comparison. Be good.
Fran Fraschilla is joined by former Kansas Jayhawk and European Basketball Legend Keith Langford. The two talk about what it takes for an American to succeed in Europe, why he chose to attend Kansas University, how he made his way to Europe after college, the experience of playing in Russia, and a whole lot more.
This week on the Daly Dose, we take a look at some of the greatest athletes in sports that have a very special name in common. Mike Krzyzewski announced that he will be retiring from Duke, the Boston Celtics make an odd move, and we take a look at how the NBA Playoffs are unfolding so far. Then, we are taking a look at some of the bigger QB battles that we can expect in the upcoming College Football and NFL seasons! Who will be the starting QB for the Alabama Crimson Tide? What about the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Denver Broncos, or the Chicago Bears? We take a look at a number of the top QB battles to watch this season!Finally with Mike Krzyzewski, Roy Williams, and Lon Kruger announcing their retirements, we count down five times that a college basketball coach had to replace a legend!
The Culture State Podcast - celebrating those who put North Carolina on the sports & pop-culture map. Chris Lea of WRAL Sports and Dennis Cox of 99.9 The Fan are joined by former Duke men's basketball player Andre Dawkins. During this episode, Chris & Dennis reflect on the announced retirement of Mike Krzyzewski as the head men's basketball coach at Duke. They share their thoughts on how two of the top coaches from the past 25 years are retiring/have retired in Coach K and Roy Williams. They also include sound cuts from 9th Wonder, Gerald Henderson, Brian Zoubek, and Lance Thomas. Dawkins talks about what Coach K meant to him as a player, leaving the program for a year to grieve the death of his sister, playing with John Scheyer. and winning a national championship in 2010.
In the opening take, Lee says Josh Heupel and Roy Williams should already be in the College Football Hall of Fame. Then Grant joins to give his thoughts on the careers of Heupel, Williams, and Vince Young (6:10). An interesting report from Yahoo Sports says that a 12-team playoff model is gaining some traction. We're both surprised that 12 is the most likely number at this time (13:20). Why we think the idea of an 8 team playoff is not good enough. Also for those arguing against playoff expansion, are they actually arguing against more college football (23:45)? Brief talk on college football before the BCS era. Then Grant presents the main reason why he believes people like college football, whether they realize this is the reason or not (38:10). Grant wants to remind everybody what a 24-team playoff would have looked like a couple of years ago and the matchups we could have seen. (50:20). Grant mentions a story from Dennis Dodd, which then leads to Lee going off on one of Dodd's columns from 2020 (55:15). Lee goes over what a 12-team playoff would have looked like in 2020 (57:50). We've recently found out two of the first three OU games of the season will kickoff at 11 am. Lee tells you exactly how many 11 am kickoffs the Sooners have had in the Playoff era compared to other big time Playoff teams. Also do 11 am kickoffs really impact recruiting all that much (1:02:50)? Lee shares his final results from the "Bookie Re-Watch". We answer the question finally: will Bookie transferring help, hurt, or be indfferent for OU (1:19:20)? At the very end Grant says he's enjoying the Women's College World Series and everything Porter Moser has done since being hired at OU -- plus we totally forgot to pick an old OU game to re-watch for the podcast. Our bad (1:42:40). Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Second hour Nick, Pat, and Jack talk about the Logan Paul/ Floyd Mayweather "bout" and what it means for the future of boxing. Second hour Nick and Jack tag in/out and he and Patty talk some CBB and the fallout of Coach K and Roy Williams leaving the ACC. The guys wrap the hour talking about a weekend full of bashful hellos, angry pizza patrons, naps, and the glory that is FRATTY ICE! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jay Williams, Jay Bilas and Roy Williams share their thoughts on Coach K's retirement. Plus, Jalen Rose on what the Lakers need to win tonight. Also, Jeff Saturday, Kimberly Martin, and Chris Canty discuss the news from Ravens camp about the future of their offense.
Aarav and Arsh discuss the BREAKING NEWS of Coach K announcing that he will be retiring after this upcoming season!Be sure to check them out on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoBrothersandTheirSportsSupport the show (https://www.twobrothersandtheirsports.com)
The Drive opened the show discussing the news that Coach K will be retiring from Duke. The Drive grew tired of coaches like him and Roy Williams blaming name, image and likeness rules for the problems within the sport. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hey First Things First listeners! Listen to the debut episode of FOX Sports' brand new college football podcast: The No. 1 Ranked Show with RJ Young. If you like what you hear, subscribe for the latest episodes: http://foxs.pt/no1podrjyoung Mack Brown joins the No. 1 Ranked Show with RJ Young to discuss how he recruits the tidewater region, what he learned from his players during the social justice movements this summer and his experience alongside Roy Williams at UNC. Plus, RJ explains why Zach Wilson won’t fix what’s happening in the New York Jets’ organization, ranks his top athletes to ever come out of the tidewater region, and answers your fan questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arizona fired Sean Miller Wednesday. Weird timing. Norlander explains more as to why it happened the way it did. And Parrish's column on this can be read in the description below. The guys open on the Arizona opening, including the candidate list, before moving on to talk North Carolina (23:30) hiring Hubert Davis to replace Roy Williams. The pod closes around the 32-minute mark with some thoughts on Texas Tech promoting Mark Adams to replace Chris Beard and Oklahoma hiring Porter Moser. https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/arizona-fires-sean-miller-but-it-would-have-made-more-sense-for-everybody-if-this-had-been-done-much-sooner/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tony opens the show by talking about Luka Garza winning the Wooden award, plus he talks about the Nats, and about watching The Godfather. Chuck Culpepper phones in from Augusta to preview the Masters and to talk about Baylor's win over Gonzaga in the National Championship game, Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about the Nats delayed start to their season as well as the transfer of power from Roy Williams to Hubert Davis, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : River Iris "Peekaboo" ; Tom Peabody "California Catch Me" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
00:00 Surprised Gonzaga couldn’t pull off their perfect season against Baylor last night? 21:44 Will Sam Darnold finally reach his potential in Carolina? 32:35 Did Aaron Rodgers prove he can be a full-time host when he retires after his “Jeopardy!” debut? 47:46 Did Jalen Suggs still show enough last night to prove he’ll be an NBA star? 1:00:00 Agree Dallas “will be fine” despite not making any big offseason moves? 1:12:25 Surprised to hear KD & Kyrie are mentoring James Wiseman? 1:21:55 Steve Lavin joins to discuss Baylor’s National Championship win. 1:37:42 Which rookie QB will the Jets take to replace Darnold? 1:45:44 Will Hubert Davis succeed in replacing Roy Williams at North Carolina? 1:51:21 Impressed by Kyrie Irving’s big night without Harden & Durant? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bomani Jones reacts to Gonzaga’s victory over UCLA in the Final Four and connects it to the “reasons” behind the retirement of legendary North Carolina coach Roy Williams (1:13). He also shares why the Braves’ response to MLB moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta hurt him personally (15:27). Plus, an IYHH including the impact of blockage in the Suez Canal (29:00) and your voicemails from heated Twitter beefs that you have had (43:24). IYHH Stories @ReedAlbergotti on the dangers of trusting the Apple App Store after someone’s life savings was stolen by a fake app. https://bit.ly/3t4YMGh @greene on Amazon picking a Twitter fight over claims that workers resort to urinating in bottles. https://bit.ly/3sO5TCC @concertina226 on the cost of the Suez Canal blockage. https://bit.ly/3wwnjGj
RUNDOWN The guys kick off today's show in separate locations as Hotshot is in Arizona again for youth basketball in the wake of a mushroom incident. Mitch chats about his recent MRI experience, the thrilling Gonzaga semifinal victory, and the frustrating exit by Jarran Reed from the Seahawks. Three guests are longtime Seattle sports media figure Jim Moore, television actress & teacher Nicci Carr, and seven-time golf world record holder Bob Kurtz. "Other Stuff" topics run the gamut from Super Mario Brothers, to the retirement of Roy Williams, to Aaron Rodgers' upcoming appearance on non-football primetime television! GUESTS Jim Moore | Former Seattle sports radio personality Nicci Carr | TV actress Bob Kurtz | Golf world record holder TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:54 | Scott's Daughter should take a page out of Mitch's anti-mushroom playbook after tonight's quesadilla fiasco. 5:58 | Michael Strahan duped everyone...especially Hotshot...with his April Fool's Day joke about his tooth gap fix. 10:09 | Become a Patron to have a listen to all the fun bonus Mitch Unfiltered content including the latest Stevie Nicks episode. 15:10 | Make sure to sign up for Mitch's Masters Pool at www.MitchUnfiltered.com! 28:10 | Mitch underwent his first MRI on Friday for his nagging back which reminded him of his claustrophobia. 33:46 | A listener sent a request laden with four-letter words that encourages the guys to use more foul language. 38:44 | Are you happy to see Gonzaga (and the weasel) advance to the national championship game? 45:25 | Jarran Reed's departure from Seattle leaves a sour taste in Mitch;s mouth. 56:08 | GUEST: Jim Moore jumps aboard to share some memories during his career as a sports writer and radio personality in Seattle. 1:35:04 | GUEST: Nicci Carr joins the show to talk about the emotional roller coaster ride in her role on the "Scoop There It Is" GEICO commercial with Tag Team. 1:57:14 | GUEST: Bob Kurtz also known as "Golf's Ironman" swings by to chat about his world records including his most recent feat. 2:18:20 | Shohei Ohtani and Cody Bellinger hit two of the most notable homers in the first weekend of the MLB season. 2:20:53 | A sealed copy of the original Mario game recently sold for $660K. 2:22:07 | Even though the MLB All Star Game won't be played in Atlanta this season, don't expect the Masters to follow suit. 2:24:19 | Legendary North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams is hanging it up after over three decades in Chapel Hill. 2:26:19 | Aaron Rodgers will be the celebrity host of Jeopardy! this week.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--explains San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan's greatest challenge yet. Also, former head coach and current college basketball analyst for FOX Sports, Tim Miles chats with Doug about the retirement of North Carolina head coach Roy Williams, Gonzaga's unstoppable run and more. Finally, are the New England Patriots ready to make another big move? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Kevin and JP Finlay to start talking Washington Football and discussing Ron Rivera's press conference answers yesterday, specifically those about Ryan Fitzpatrick and the QB outlook. Then it was Kevin with Tim Murray talking Roy Williams, Final 4, and a lot more. Kevin had 4 "Smell Test" picks as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stephen A. & Max debate if the NBA should do something after Kevin Durant's comments during an argument were made public, and react to Draymond Green's comments about not being motivated, then Jeff Saturday joins to tell us if T.Y. Hilton will regret choosing to return to the Colts over going to the Ravens, and Seth Greenberg talks Roy Williams and March Madness.
On today's episode of Hard Factor... MLB Opening Day, Roy Williams Retires, April Fools Recap, Marjorie Taylor Greene loves CrossFit, Matt Gaetz is a Nude Sharer, pictures of Lions are no longer allowed to win photography contests, a man’s car is overrun with bees, Russia is killing off doctors and moving their army toward Ukraine, voicemails, reviews, and more… (00:06:10) Will takes us through the Top 5 Trends in the Daily Buzz including MTG CrossFit, BTS, April Fools, Roy Williams, and MLB Opening Day (00:17:00) Mark goes on an Animal News Safari including lions being disqualified for winning photo contests, a fat cat stuck in a chimney, angry Ravens in the Alaska Costco parking lot, a man whose car was overtaken by a swarm of 15,000 bees, and gator/shark alliance in Florida (00:26:10) Wes tells us about Matt Gaetz sharing nudes on the House Floor, unsolicited to other congressmen… He’s one of those guys that demands you look at his sex pics. (00:36:00) Will gives an update on how things are going in Russia: Poorly. Navalny’s 2nd doctor has died of a mysterious heart attack… the Russian military is swarming to the Ukranian border, and the Solarwinds hack was actually way worse than initially reported. (00:41:10) Pat leads us through the 5-Star reviews and voicemails from the week. Submit them on iTunes or (512) 270-1480 if you want to hear them on the show! This and much more brought to you by our incredible sponsors: http://TryCaliper.com/Factor - Caliper CBD powder is the BEST CBD powder in existence. Thoroughly enjoyed by all, Get 20% off your first order when you use promo code FACTOR at http://TryCaliper.com/Factor. You can try Caliper CBD risk-free for 30 days. If you don’t love it they’ll give you a full refund! Don’t forget promo code FACTOR for 20% off your first order. Free Blue Chew Trial on us: https://go.bluechew.com/hard-factor Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/3widBad Subscribe to our Highlights Channel: https://bit.ly/3rITxdJ
Baseball opening day and April Fools has lost its fastball (2:27 - 11:05). NFL talk and Final Four preview (11:05 - 25:12). Baylor’s Jared Butler joins the show to talk about making the Final Four, Defense, and Calling God after hitting a big 3 (25:12 - 45:23). Tate Frazier joins the show to talk about Roy Williams retiring, the future of UNC basketball, Titus sitting next to him in the car and talking about Mike Woodson at Indiana (45:23 - 72:50). We wrap up with Fyre Fest of the Week
Stephen A, Max, Penny Hardaway and Jeff Saturday discuss how Memphis can take the next step under Hardaway, what Roy Williams' retirement means for UNC, if Belichick deserves the blame in New England and if Aaron Rodgers should have beef with the Packers.
00:00 Can Kyle Pitts live up to the hype in the NFL? 21:46 Will Andre Drummond help the Lakers in the playoffs? 35:00 Skip & Shannon discuss the latest news from Tiger Woods’ car crash. 45:00 Skip & Shannon discuss the two additional lawsuits filed against Deshaun Watson 55:23 Will the 49ers draft their franchise QB of the future at #3? 1:06:21 Penny Hardaway joins the show to discuss Memphis winning the NIT, and more. 1:18:10 Is Bill Belichick feeling the pressure to get New England back to title form? 1:30:20 Should Zion and Lonzo be concerned by how New Orleans is treating its players? 1:39:52 Does Tom Brady get too much credit for being a hard worker? 1:51:28 Skip & Shannon discuss Roy Williams announcing his retirement after 33 seasons coaching college basketball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mick Cronin tells Dan that I he is truly lucky to share this time with his father. Mick says that we got hot from the 3 point line and we have gotten better defensively. And he reacts to the retirement of Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this emergency episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Rico, Jake and Marty react to the breaking news of Roy Williams retirement and Texas hiring Chris Beard. Who will the Tar Heels choose to replace Williams? Will they go in-house or make a big splash? And can Chris Beard's success translate across state? Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.