Ryan Kelly was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri where he started comedy as an improviser. He was trained at schools such as IO, Second City, UCB and Groundlings. He then ventured off to college where he wanted to try new exciting things, and thus he began his foray into performing stand-up comedy. His affinity for having absurd life experiences helped create his story telling style of comedy and the fact that he looks like a youth pastor made sure he kept it clean. His wild stories from negotiating a better deal during a mugging, surviving a plane crash and being tackled inside the NSA will leave you laughing and captivated. Ryan can now be found in Hollywood, California where he is a regular host and comedian at Flapper's in Burbank. See Ryan Live! Find his tour dates at https://www.ryankellycomedy.com/ Leave a review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-comedy-advice-podcast/id1326620580?mt=2 Follow me & see my show dates here: https://linktr.ee/acomedyadvicepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hyperbrole-podcast/message
Ryan is on a mission to help people make smarter decisions and build their wealth through real estate. As a REALTOR® and personal real estate investor, Ryan knows first-hand how real estate can propel people towards a life of financial freedom. Ryan is currently ranked as a 2021 “Top 500” agent by Real Producers and has been in the Platinum 50 “Top 500” agents for the Austin market since 2018. He is consistently a million-dollar monthly producer and was in the Top 10 for individual agent sales in the Keller Williams Southwest Market Center in 2020. Since moving to Austin in 1992 to attend the University of Texas, Ryan has seen the metro area triple in size and transform into a global center for business, providing him a deep knowledge of the ever-evolving Austin real estate market. Ryan is committed to serving his clients year-round with every aspect of real estate, not just during each transaction. He is known for his attention to detail, high level of communication, and most importantly, his fiduciary duty in putting the needs of his clients first. Not to be overlooked, his wry sense of humor keeps everyone in good spirits throughout the journey. Ryan is a proud Austinite and stays actively involved in his community. He served for six years on his Westcreek Neighborhood Association board and is the organizer of his neighborhood's annual 4th of July parade. He also serves as Board Chairman of the Austin-based non-profit Hand To Hold, which helps families before, during, and after a NICU stay or infant loss by providing powerful resources for the whole family. In addition, he supports numerous local charities and organizations including Austin Sunshine Camps, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and St. Catherine of Sienna. Outside of work, Ryan and his wife Andi are busy raising their two young boys Andrew and Spencer and working alongside his clients building their personal wealth through real estate investing.
Indianapolis Colts Linebacker, Darius Leonard, Offensive Linemen, Ryan Kelly and Eric Fisher, and Running Backs, Jonathan Taylor and Marlon Mack, all spoke with the media.
The Indianapolis Colts fell to the Los Angeles Rams 27-24 and following the loss Carson Wentz, Michael Pittman Jr., Quenton Nelson, Khari Willis, Ryan Kelly, Jacob Eason, Al-Quadin Muhammad and Tyquan Lewis spoke with the media.
The Indianapolis Colts fell to the Seattle Seahawks 28-16 in the season opener and following the loss Carson Wentz, Darius Leonard, Ryan Kelly, Kenny Moore, Zach Pascal and Bobby Okereke spoke with the media.
Indianapolis Colts Center, Ryan Kelly, Linebacker, Bobby Okereke, and Running Back, Nyheim Hines, spoke with the media following the first practice of game week prior to the season opener against the Seattle Seahawks.
(00:00-21:02) – Thursday's show begins with Dan sharing his thoughts on Carson Wentz, Zach Pascal and Ryan Kelly returning following stints on the Covid-19 list. Plus, the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich stops by as the two of them discuss leadership roles and responsibilities in locker rooms. Also, Dan and Leigh look at tonight's college football slate and tease some info on their bike program for kids Dakich Cycles for the City. (21:03-37:09) – Dan and Leigh talk on an idea that Leigh had over the weekend for Labor Day about how to help those that are out in the work force. Dan also plays some audio from Chris Ballard's press conference yesterday. (37:10-39:37) – Hour number one concludes with Dan and Leigh telling listeners about how they can get involved with Dakich Cycles for the City. (39:38-1:05:35) – The great Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated stops by to get us ready for the college football season. Plus, Pat shares what it was like to see his daughter win a silver medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Also, Dan and Pat discuss the news about Chris Mack and the Louisville basketball program. (1:05:36-1:17:30) – Dan shares his thoughts on the situation the Colts are in with Carson Wentz returning from the Covid-19 list. Also, Dan and Leigh discuss the Colts and the Covid-19 vaccine. (1:17:31-1:21:33) – Hour number two concludes with Dan and Leigh talking with the YouTube chat and plugging more about how to get involved with Dakich Cycles for the City. (1:21:34-1:45:18) – The final hour of the show opens with Dan asking Leigh to remind listeners about her idea on how to show support to all the hard workers out there. Plus more on the Colts, the NFL's Covid season (1:45:19-1:59:13) – Our dude Alan Cashman @TheCashmanWins drops by the program to share his best bets for college football's opening weekend and go over some of the over/under win totals in the NFL. Plus, Cashman gives us his thoughts on the season openers of Indiana and Purdue this weekend. (1:59:14-2:05:04) – Thursday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan discusses Darius Leonard's explanation for why he hasn't been vaccinated and Brendan King and Eddie Garrison stop by. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode the guys take a look at the initial 53-man roster and discuss the strengths and weaknesses at each position group. They also talk about the T.Y. Hilton injury and the placement of Carson Wentz, Ryan Kelly, and Zach Pascal on the COVID-19 list and how that might impact games this season for the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A room filled with some heroes – Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal and Patrick Claybon bring you the latest news in the NFL including the impacts of Hurricane Ida, the quarterback situation in San Francisco with Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo potentially rotating, and J.K. Dobbins' season-ending injury. In Indianapolis, the Colts have added quarterback Carson Wentz and center Ryan Kelly to the Reserve/COVID-19 list, and T.Y. Hilton is out multiple weeks with a neck injury. Bill Belichick refused to announce a starting quarterback after Mac Jones played with the second team, and Gardner Minshew was traded from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Philadelphia Eagles for a conditional sixth-round pick. Colleen Wolfe makes a surprise appearance to comment on the Eagles quarterbacks and revisit Palindrome-gate from last week's episode. In other news, the Vikings have signed safety Harrison Smith to a new contract but will be without Irv Smith Jr. for a few weeks. The Houston Texans have traded Shaq Lawson to the New York Jets, and the Detroit Lions cut Breshad Perriman. After the news, the heroes make their season predictions, picking winners for all the NFL awards like MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Offensive Rookie of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year. Then we predict the playoffs by choosing division winners and wild card teams and finally wrap up with a Super Bowl prediction. Around the NFL is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Is it possible to have a reasonable conversation about COVID? The Colts are putting us to the test with three players being put on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
(00:00-21:27) – The week begins on The Dan Dakich Show with reactions to the Colts final preseason game against the Lions and the injury that will force TY Hilton to miss the start of the regular season. Dan also looks at the Mets complaining about their own fans booing them and shares some audio for how the Colts feel about stepping up without TY Hilton. (21:28-33:03) – The Voice of the Hoosiers Don Fischer returns for the first time this season to share his thoughts on the IU football offseason and the outlook for the team ahead of their season opener at Iowa. (33:04-41:22) – Hour number one concludes with Dan going in on the Mets and Javier Baez for giving thumbs down to Mets fans after booing them. Plus, a deeper look at the Colts trying to fill the void with TY Hilton injured and set to miss the start of the season. (41:23-1:03:58) – Our pal Sean Salisbury joins the program to share his thoughts on the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston and whether or not he thinks Watson will be traded. Sean also talks about the expectations that surround young quarterbacks following the immediate impact guys like Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson have made over the years. Later, Dan and Sean react to the news that Ryan Kelly, Zach Pascal, and Carson Wentz are on the NFL's Covid List. (1:03:59-1:19:59) – The great Kent Sterling stops by to share his thoughts on the news that Kelly, Pascal and Wentz have been placed on the NFL's Covid List and the impact on your team if you refuse to get vaccinated. Plus, Dan and Kent weigh in on the Javier Baez incident from this past weekend, giving thumbs down to the Mets fans following boos. (1:20:00-1:22:50) – The second hour closes with Dan talking more on the Colts Covid List situation. Later, we give away a pair of tickets to Friday's Brooks and Dunn concert. (1:22:51-1:44:19) –The final hour of the show begins with Dan examining further Carson Wentz, Zach Pascal, and Ryan Kelly being placed on the NFL's Covid List. Later, Dan reviews tweets from NFL Network's Tom Pelissero on that Covid List situation and why there might be a silver lining for Carson Wentz. (1:44:20-1:58:49) – We return from break with Dan asking Carson Wentz to get his act together and stop ending up on lists, injured, Covid, or otherwise. Dan also goes over the conditions for a Carson Wentz return before the season opener against the Seattle Seahawks. Also, Dan interacts (1:58:50-2:06:58) – Monday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan goes over some college football bets he likes this week and what his sports betting plan is over the next year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-10:04) – The Voice of the Hoosiers Don Fischer returns for the first time this season to share his thoughts on the IU football offseason and the outlook for the team ahead of their season opener at Iowa. (10:05-30:48) – Our pal Sean Salisbury joins the program to share his thoughts on the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston and whether or not he thinks Watson will be traded. Sean also talks about the expectations that surround young quarterbacks following the immediate impact guys like Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson have made over the years. Later, Dan and Sean react to the news that Ryan Kelly, Zach Pascal, and Carson Wentz are on the NFL's Covid List. (30:49-46:14) – The great Kent Sterling stops by to share his thoughts on the news that Kelly, Pascal and Wentz have been placed on the NFL's Covid List and the impact on your team if you refuse to get vaccinated. Plus, Dan and Kent weigh in on the Javier Baez incident from this past weekend, giving thumbs down to the Mets fans following boos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Colts Happy Hour with JMV tonight we hear from Frank Reich. Matt Taylor and Jeffrey Gorman catch up with Colts Center Ryan Kelly. Matt Taylor also talks with former coach and current Colts Radio Analyst Rick Venturi and JMV catches up with Colts Tight End Jack Doyle on a loaded Colts Happy Hour.
(00:00-22:39) – Wednesday's show starts with Dan sharing the news of Robin Miller and others who have recently passed away. Dan also plays some audio from Colts center Ryan Kelly on the familiarity between Carson Wentz and Frank Reich. Also, Dan looks at the structure of the Colts roster as it currently stands and the way the media bumps up the team. (22:40-35:17) – We return from break with Dan sharing more on the way the media covers the Colts and the NFL as a whole. Dan stresses that he likes to learn something when he watches the NFL. Plus, IU football is briefly looked at. (35:18-39:44) – Dan ends the first hour of the show by answering a question on The Alliance between the ACC, Big Ten, and Pac-12. (39:45-59:37) – The talented Mike Wells of ESPN stops by to share his thoughts on Carson Wentz and whether or not he will be ready by Week 1. Later, Dan and Mike debate about the Ryan Grigson era vs the current Chris Ballard era. (59:38 -1:16:46) – Our pal Burrstradamus aka Ryan Burr stops by to give us the best bets for the second leg of the Fed Ex Cup Playoffs, the BMW Championship. Ryan also shares a college football bet and talks on the younger NFL quarterbacks around the league. (1:16:47-1:22:04) – Hour number two concludes with Dan interacting with the YouTube chat and talking more on his debate with Mike Wells a few segments back. (1:22:01-1:46:30) –The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor stops by the program to chat on the outlook for the Colts with major roster cuts a week away when the team shrinks down the a 53-man roster. That discussion includes fan favorite Mike Strachan who impressed early on in camp. Matt also chats with Dan on where Carson Wentz is trending in terms of starting Week 1. (1:46:31-1:55:56) – We return from break with Dan apologizing for being wrong on a stat referencing the AFC South winning streak back in the Andrew Luck era. Plus, we have a discussion on the top scoring teams in the NFL. (1:55:57-2:02:20) – Wednesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan shares his frustration that the Cubs aren't appointment TV because they stink. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The boys are back at practice! Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by discussing Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly's return, along with other news and notes from the week. The trio then talks takeaways from the Colts' preseason win over the Vikings (30:46) and what to expect in Indy's preseason finale vs the Lions (46:55).
On today's daily update, Matt Taylor details the Colts injury situation with Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly all returning to the practice field this week. Taylor also discusses the Colts' playing time plan on Friday night in Detroit. We also hear Matt and Jeffrey Gorman talking with Ryan Kelly regarding his return to the field and the amount of work he's getting in before the regular season.
Carson Wentz reported the Colts Camp healthy, endured surgery, and today will leave camp healthy! Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly too! Kind of makes us feel silly for having the Jacob Eason vs. Sam Ehlinger debate, doesn't it? Indiana continues to recruit very well under undefeated Mike Woodson. Bears name Dalton starter as Pace and Nagy show their hand. Big 12 not entirely irrelevant. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The guys discuss the good news surrounding the returns of Carson Wentz, Ryan Kelly, and Quenton Nelson to Colts' practice, Jake's random connection to Tony Gwynn, and Schultz celebrates a 20-year milestone with an extremely embarrassing picture.
Matt Taylor and JJ Stankevitz discuss the return of Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly to the practice field on today's daily update. The guys also reveal their "good, bad and ugly" moments for the Colts through two preseason games.
On this episode of Stampede Radio, the guys talk about the latest injury updates, including the critical return of Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson, and Ryan Kelly. They look at standout players from the Colts second preseason game and discuss what to expect in terms of a pass rush from the Colts young edge players. Finally, they talk about the offense's outlook in upcoming season, and what we should expect now that it seems as though Wentz may be at the helm from the jump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Colts Official Podcast is live from Colts Camp at Grand Park in Westfield featuring Jeffrey Gorman, Larra Overton and Greg Rakestraw, who is the Play-by-Play Announcer for the Colts preseason TV and Vice President of ISC Sports Network. The trio talked about the return to the practice field of Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly and gave a little prediction to what they expect in the final preseason game on Friday in Detroit.
Indianapolis Colts Offensive Lineman, Ryan Kelly, Running Back, Nyheim Hines, and Defensive Tackle, Grover Stewart, all spoke to the media about seeing the starting quarterback return to the practice field in Carson Wentz.
Carson Wentz came back to practice smiling and hot! Frank Reich said he was "really sharp!" How his foot feels tomorrow is key. And he was not wearing a mask at the media availability! Big Q and Ryan Kelly returned (limited) as well. Five-Star guard Jalen Hood-Schifino will announce his decision to attend IU (or Tennessee) tomorrow at 2p. Big 10 will call forfeits for teams that cannot play due to Covid. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Colts back to work today, and Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson, and Ryan Kelly will join their teammates - even if they are limited. When the Colts cut to their 53-man roster, vaccine status may be a criteria. Pacers released their schedule. Cubs swept by lowly Royal - if you attend games, you are part of the reason they lose. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Frank Reich says Carson Wentz and Quenton Nelson are the right track, but won't say where that track leads! Ryan Kelly will return to practice later this week. Outrageous that the Ricketts Family to celebrate itself for "saving" Wrigley Field! Pacers finish Summer League in style. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
If Carson Wentz can play September 12, all the arguing over Jacob Eason and Sam Ehlinger will have been a waste of time. Pro Football Focus ranking of Eason almost meaningless. Ryan Kelly and DeForest Buckner will practice this week! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Colts Right Guard Mark Glowinski sat down with Casey Vallier and J.J. Stankevitz to talk about how the Offensive Line has looked to this point in camp and how beneficial it has been for some guys getting more reps with Ryan Kelly, Quenton Nelson and Eric Fisher sidelined.
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The euphoria of training camp didn't last long as Carson Wentz and Quenton Nelson are on the mend after suffering foot injuries. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by diving into Wentz's injury and what the Colts' backup plan looks like. The gang then turns their attention to Nelson (26:36) before discussing how much longer Ryan Kelly is expected to be out (32:23) and notes from training camp. The show ends with some relatively positive news from around the league (38:41).
The Pacers got an NBA ready wing in Chris Duarte and a seriously athletic project in Jackson who may pay off sooner rather than later. Conversations with Pritchard, Carlisle, and Jackson reveal goals, plans, and hope! Carson Wentz may miss time with a foot injury. Ryan Kelly may be down for two weeks, and Marcus Brady updates Jacob Eason's progress. Colts kicker Roberto Blankenship welcomes competition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
(00:00-20:53) – Friday's show begins with immediate reactions to last night's NBA Draft and the Pacers selecting Chris Duarte and Isaiah Jackson. Dan shares why he likes both picks and also talks on other draft selections made last night. Also, a look at Carson Wentz missing a day at camp due to a foot injury. (20:54-38:30) – Oregon men's basketball assistant coach Kevin McKenna drops by to explain exactly what the Indiana Pacers are getting in their choice of Ducks guard Chris Duarte with the 13th pick in last night's NBA Draft. Also, Coach McKenna talks on how, if at all, Name Image and Likeness has impacted things with Oregon basketball so far. (38:31-46:35) – The first hour closes with Dan taking a call on Chris Duarte and what needs are filled by the Pacers taking him. Dan also stresses how much he likes mature adult athletes that are ready to go to work, which is exactly what Duarte brings. (46:36-1:09:29) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen joins us from Colts camp to give us the latest on the Carson Wentz foot injury that will keep him out indefinitely. KB talks on what it means for the Colts and what options would be available to them should they try to acquire a quarterback. Kevin also looks at the injury to Colts center Ryan Kelly that will keep him out for a few weeks. (1:09:30-1:26:29) – WIBC's Jason Hammer of Hammer and Nigel joins to pay his last respects following the Chicago Cubs trading Anthony Rizzo to the New York Yankees. Jason Hammer also weighs in on what the Colts should do if the Carson Wentz injury is extremely serious and the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston. (1:26:30-1:36:09) – Hour number two closes with Dan interacting with the YouTube chat on the foot injury to Carson Wentz that will keep him out indefinitely. (1:36:10-1:59:24) – For the first time since May our friend Sean Salisbury joins the show to give us the latest from Houston and what he's heard in terms of what the Texans plan to do with Deshaun Watson. Sean evaluates the likelihood that Deshaun Watson plays football this year and whether or not there's any chance he plays for the Texans again. (1:59:25-2:14:19) – We get back from break with Dan talking on the MLB Trade Deadline and the Chicago Cubs trading away closer Craig Kimbrel for 2nd baseman Nick Madrigal and pitcher Codi Heuer. Plus, a listener calls in asking about the opportunity at hand for Colts QB Jacob Eason if Carson Wentz is forced to miss significant time. (2:16:20-2:23:24) – The show closes out on a Friday with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Dan also looks at the MLB trade deadline and discusses some news on another Chicago Cub on the move. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-17:18) – Oregon men's basketball assistant coach Kevin McKenna drops by to explain exactly what the Indiana Pacers are getting in their choice of Ducks guard Chris Duarte with the 13th pick in last night's NBA Draft. Also, Coach McKenna talks on how, if at all, Name Image and Likeness has impacted things with Oregon basketball so far. (17:19-32:29) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen joins us from Colts camp to give us the latest on the Carson Wentz foot injury that will keep him out indefinitely. KB talks on what it means for the Colts and what options would be available to them should they try to acquire a quarterback. Kevin also looks at the injury to Colts center Ryan Kelly that will keep him out for a few weeks. (32:30-54:14) – For the first time since May our friend Sean Salisbury joins the show to give us the latest from Houston and what he's heard in terms of what the Texans plan to do with Deshaun Watson. Sean evaluates the likelihood that Deshaun Watson plays football this year and whether or not there's any chance he plays for the Texans again. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Indianapolis Colts Offensive Coordinator, Marcus Brady, spoke with the media to talk about the injuries to Carson Wentz and Ryan Kelly and also how the first couple days of Training Camp has gone out at Grand Park.
Chris Duarte his a rotational player today and can flat shoot, so the Pacers took him at #13. Isaiah Jackson is a 6'10" freak athlete, has a high ceiling, and defended five spots at Kentucky, so the Pacers traded Aaron Holiday to get him at #22. Colts Carson Wentz sharper in day two. Ryan Kelly hurts elbow. Julie'n Davenport goes on the Covid list. Cubs fire sale continues with Rizzo to the Yankees. Bryant and Kimbrel likely to go today. Will the Cubs lower ticket prices for star-less baseball at Wrigley? Of course not! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
On this episode, Guest Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Sebastian Angel-Riano and WCTV's Ryan Kelly to recap the Milwaukee Bucks NBA Finals win and early action from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Later, Scott Clemons joins Brett and Ryan to discuss what Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC will mean for the future of college football.
On today's episode, Evan and Stampede Blue's Stephen Reed continue on with the Indianapolis Colts' positional previews. In Part IV, Indy's offensive and defensive line go under the microscope. How will the Colts' starting unit help protect Carson Wentz? With the five-man unit of Eric Fisher, Quenton Nelson, Ryan Kelly, Mark Glowinski, and Braden Smith, Indianapolis is in good shape with their biggest strength of the roster up front. We dive into all five and their expectations for the 2021 season. Looking over the defensive line, Indianapolis has a very solid 4-man lineup. DeForest Buckner, Kwity Paye, Grover Stewart, and Tyquan Lewis also have in-depth analysis on what their expectations should be for the upcoming season. All of this, plus so much more, as we continue on in our preview series! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Logan Lyles, VP of Customer Experience at Sweet Fish Media, talks to Ryan Kelly, VP of Growth Marketing at Domino Data Lab & Author of Florence the Data Scientist and Her Magical Bookmobile. Resources we mentioned: - Naming Your B2B Podcast - Choosing The Host for Your B2B Podcast
Christian and Julia are back to talk about S5E15, Amplified, through the theme of belief. They also touch on the look-good-feel-good mantra, drunk adventures, and how they're pretty sure Ryan Kelly is their biggest fan. kevvirx7
(00:00-26:35) – Dan is live from the 1st Annual Tee Off for Tyler Charity Golf Outing to celebrate the legacy of Tyler Trent & the Tyler Trent Foundation's ongoing mission to support cancer research for all those in the fight against cancer across the globe. Additionally, Dan shares formally that he has had an amicable split with ESPN and will not be returning this season. Dan's aim is to stress the truth of why he is leaving ESPN so that nobody else can misconstrue it. Later, Dan gives his thoughts on recent comments from Jalen Rose and Jay Williams. Also, Dan give his thoughts on the Indiana Pacers hiring Rick Carlisle as their next head coach. (26:36-35:39) – Dan is joined by Kelly and Tony Trent, the parents of Tyler Trent, who talk on the incredible story and legacy of their son and the continued mission of supporting cancer research by The Tyler Trent Foundation. (35:40-46:31) – Kelly and Tony Trent return to the program to close out the final hour by sharing stories from during his fight against cancer and what the emotions were like during the Tyler Trent Game where Purdue upset Ohio State at West Lafayette. (46:32-1:06:28) – The head coach of Purdue football Jeff Brohm joins the show to talk on his relationship with Tyler Trent, the Tyler Trent game against Ohio State, the impact Tyler had on the team and Purdue as a whole, and the lasting legacy Tyler left behind. Coach Brohm also talks on how the Boilermakers handled their season amid the Covid-19 pandemic and what fans can expect from the team this season. (1:06:29-1:20:53) – Dan shares more on the Pacers hiring Rick Carlisle and what he wants to see from the team moving forward. Later, Dr. Jamie Renbarger, IU research and one of the many doctors that cared for Tyler Trent during his battle. Dr. Renbarger also talks on the treatment available for those diagnosed with osteosarcoma bone cancer and why it's so important for donors to help in the mission for continued cancer research. (1:20:54-1:28:29) – Club GM and COO of Bridgewater Golf Club Mike Gardner stops by to share why they chose to partner with the Tyler Trent Foundation and what it means to be able to host the 1st Annual Tee Off for Tyler Charity Golf Outing. (1:28:30-1:52:68) – Standout cornerback Kenny Moore of the Indianapolis Colts stops by to take us through his mentality when he steps on the field, what it's like playing against tough physical wide opponents, and how he can tell when an opponent doesn't want anything to do from him. Kenny also takes us through the mentality the team had pushing through last season amid the Covid-19 pandemic. (1:52:59-2:08:08) – The talented Ryan Kelly, Center for the Indianapolis Colts, stops by to talk on why he wanted to get involved with the 1st Annual Tee Off for Tyler Charity Golf Outing and how the offseason has been treating him. Plus, Dan continues to stress the importance of not texting and driving. Also, Jack Doyle calls in to share how his team his doing during the golf outing. (2:08:09-2:22:30) – Monday's show closes with Dan reminding listeners to help The Tyler Trent Foundation's mission to raise money for cancer research. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan talks on Scottie Pippen's comments on Phil Jackson and thanks everybody for a great show today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today I'm going to tell you about some of my biggest LOSSES and some of my biggest GAINS when it comes to doing business as a watch dealer. I'll also talk a bit about how brand perception tends to vary internationally, as well as watch demand, why white gold is relatively unpopular, and more. Submit your questions for the next episode by emailing me @ RomanSharf@LuxuryBazaar.comStay tuned to hear my answers to the following questions:⚙️ Have you ever sold a Chinese watch and if not, do you think, in your lifetime, that the Chinese will ever break through to the high-end market? What are your thoughts about the Chinese watch industry now and for the future?⚙️ Can you explain how and why some bracelets hold their quality while others begin to stretch?⚙️ How is Vacheron viewed by yourself and the industry in general?⚙️ Why are white gold watches relatively unpopular compared to steel or yellow/rose gold models? Could that be due to the weight or the look? Or other reasons?⚙️ Could you list a few of your hits and misses? Watches/deals that you regret (financially) and the times you hit the jackpot?
What matters more in getting cited — what you say or how you say it? In a remaster and remix of our first episode of the show, we're revisited by Ryan Kelly from the University of Washington's School of Marine and Environmental Affairs.
Thursday March 28, 2019. The latest 2020 Democratic POTUS poll, ANOTHER Mayoral Debate?? The latest ad from Toni Preckwinkle, Chicago Sun-Times Deputy Managing Editor Kathy Chaney, Union Man Ryan Kelly AND Striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra member Steve Lester! Download Thursday's Ben Joravsky Show!!The Ben Joravsky ShowLIVE Tuesday - Friday 1-3p(CT)chicagoreader.comchicago.suntimes.com