Nineteenth-century American statesman, politician, and soldier, namesake of Houston, Texas
Denton Florian is one of the foremost experts on Sam Houston, the great Texas general, president, and governor (in that order); and Texas history in general. He was the executive producer of the five-time EMMY winning documentary "Sam Houston: American Statesman, Soldier, and Pioneer." Denton joined the podcast to discuss how the new book "Forget The Alamo" attempts to do as "The 1619 Project" did (a conversation we had with Dr. Mary Grabar two episodes prior) and reframe (or often rewrite) history through the lens of slavery and race. While agenda-driven journalists work to rewrite history in hopes that you will forget obvious historical facts about America and now Texas, we think this is a conversation you'll definitely remember. Be sure to subscribe! If you enjoy the show, leave a rating and a review!
Bonus Episode: The eve of the 95th Battle of the Pineywoods: SFA vs Sam Houston football rivalryFormer Lumberjack defensive back & college football coach, Brandon North & former Bearkat running back great, Timothy Allen Flanders made an appearance to talk about this great rivalry which is the 2nd oldest in the Football Championship Subdivision in the country.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
In this episode we celebrate many important dates in September Texas History including the September 16, 1810 Cry of Dolores that launched the struggle for Mexican independence, the election of Sam Houston as the first president of the Texas Republic and many more. From the settlement of the lower Rio Grande to the Galveston Hurricane of 1900. The song heard at the beginning and end of this episode is "I Love" by the great Mando Salas, THL's spotlight artist. Also-be sure to listen to Zach Welch's new song Ada! Mando Salas is a Texas Country musician and a Del Rio, Texas native. Performing under the band name Rosmand, Mando incorporates his roots into his songwriting and he has a great, distinctive voice that conveys a lot of feeling. When he sings about love, you can feel it and when he sings about loss and pain, you feel it. Mando started his live music career began back in 2015 – and in 2016 he recorded his first single “Devil's River." In July of 2018 he released a single titled “How It Goes” which was his first song to hit Texas Radio. “How It Goes” is a song that is also featured on his debut album “Forever” which was released August 2018. . And the great news is that Mando is currently working on his second album. I'll let you know when its available. But for now, go to Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Youtube, or wherever and listen to everything he has released. I guarantee that many of you are going to find a new favorite artist to love. Mando Salas is on Twitter under @rosmandtex Mando Salas' band Rosmand has a great website. To visit click HERE! Listen to his music on Spotify! If you have any photography project needs from real estate photography to help sell a place or aerial videos of a property or event, I want you to consider contracting Panther City Air. With top notch equipment and expert skill, Panther City Air can fulfill just about anything you need. Panther City Air's drone pilot is TSA background-checked, Part 107 certified, and carries multiple drones (each insured) to meet the challenges of your mission. Upon completion of your flight, the data gathered can sometimes be quickly shared in the field, or taken to be edited/processed in a timely manner to meet your needs. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS's aka drones) are commonly used for aerial photography or videography, while other solutions include construction progress documentation, roof or tower inspections, crop health analysis, 3D modeling, among many others. Click here to watch the video showing the 1836 San Antonio map transition to the present day. So go visit PANTHER CITY AIR to see how they can fulfill your needs. texashistorylessons.com email: email@example.com Twitter: @TexasHistoryL Facebook Group: Texas History Lessons Help make Texas History Lessons by supporting on Patreon. And a special thanks to everyone that already does. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The guys discuss this weekend's showdown between James Madison and Weber State, Jacksonville State's big win over FSU and which teams are poised to dethrone the national champions. Plus, favorite FCS bets of the week. *Producer's note: There is just the right amount of Big Sky Conference conversation this week.
In this week's episode the guys try out three new bourbons: Blue Note, Sam Houston, and Michters. Paul and Denny discover they have very different sense of humor. And, OnlyFans backs down from their initial statement about not allowing pornographic material on their website. Finally, we review the Eppernay by Illusione.Reach out to us with your thoughts, questions, concerns, or comments at: Cigarheadzpodcast@gmail.comFollow us:Cigarheadz- Facebook, TwitterDenny- InstagramMarc- InstagramPaul- Instagram
On this episode of ARN, Arn and Conrad go back to September of 1985, as they revisit Sam Houston upsetting Arn with an assist from Magnum, which leads to Houston getting beat up and bloodied by Arn, Ole, and Tully in retaliation. Plus, Arn begins to challenge Dusty for the TV Title, and much more! There's a new sports drama series on STARZ starting August 15th set in the world of indie wrestling. “Heels” follows a family-owned wrestling promotion as two brothers war over control and their late father's legacy. Ace and Jack Spade's rivalry – both in and out of the ring – is the main event. BROTHER vs BROTHER. HERO vs HEEL. Don't miss “Heels,” premiering Sunday, August 15th, only on STARZ and the STARZ App. GEICO - Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy! CHILISLEEP - ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Head over to chilisleep.com/ARN to learn more and check out a special offer, available exclusively for ARN listeners and only for a limited time! NHTSA - It can happen easily. A few drinks become a few too many. It's time to go and you think of calling for a ride home. Nahh, what's the worst that can happen? You get pulled over? Youlose your license? You total your car? You kill someone? Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type ARN in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, www.savewithconrad.com can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote. Arn joins Conrad's four other host at ADFREESHOWS.com, the largest collection of wrestling legends on one channel. www.ADFREESHOWS.com will have every podcast ad free and early, plus bonus content you won't get anywhere else. Join Today www.ADFREESHOWS.com Now you can enjoy ARN on YouTube! Turn on your notifications at http://www.ArnShowOnYouTube.com Want to look like a bad ass? Well, head over to http://www.ArnShirts.com and choose a tee from our hilarious growing collection. If you want the world to hear about the exciting things your doing in your business then you need to advertise on ARN! We can help make a difference in your company today over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com
The name BLK ODYSSY might seem a bit grandiose on first glance, but a quick listen to their recent material justifies the epic magnificence of their sound. While D’Angelo & The Vanguard maintains a naming convention that touts their frontman’s saga, singer Sam Houston has graciously allowed his own name to go by the wayside as […]
It took nearly two years for Sam Houston to find the right language – the right voice – to express his vision. But this is no mere vision. This is about reality. -Photography by Rashad White. It was two years’ worth of Houston meticulously crafting, exploring, redoing, and piecing together the raw emotions of one’s […]
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In the early 1920's, the City of Houston was building what would come to be known as Hermann Park. Its centerpiece was to be a statue of Sam Houston. Enrico Cerracchio won the contract and his creation was lauded nationwide. But one person really didn't like it...Sam Houston's son. He hated it so much, a Judge had to get involved. Hear about the story of Sam's statue in this episode of Wise About Texas.
On this episode of ARN, listen as Arn and Conrad go back to May of 1985 as they continue Arn and Ole's National Tag Team Championship run in Jim Crockett Promotions! The guys revisit a funny story between Pee Wee Anderson and Abdullah the Butcher, working with Pez Whatley and Buzz Sawyer, JCP working the WWF markets, how payoffs worked, Sam Houston, and so much more! Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code ARN. Just pay $5 shipping! Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy! For a limited time offer, get 20% off your painting and FREE shipping. To get this special offer, text the word ARN to 64-000. Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type ARN in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. Finding that person you want to spend the rest of your life with is great, but hate all the pressure of what's next. Skip all the hassle and head directly to the experts at IHateStevenSinger.com If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, www.savewithconrad.com can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote. Arn joins Conrad's four other host at ADFREESHOWS.com, the largest collection of wrestling legends on one channel. www.ADFREESHOWS.com will have every podcast ad free and early, plus bonus content you won't get anywhere else. Join Today www.ADFREESHOWS.com Now you can enjoy ARN on YouTube! Turn on your notifications at http://www.ArnShowOnYouTube.com Want to look like a bad ass? Well, head over to http://www.ArnShirts.com and choose a tee from our hilarious growing collection. If you want the world to hear about the exciting things your doing in your business then you need to advertise on ARN! We can help make a difference in your company today over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson preview the list of talented FCS defenders who could potentially win the Buck Buchanan award this fall. Tune in to hear about guys like Jacksonville State's Nicario Harper, Southern's Jordan Lewis, Sam Houston's Jahari Kay, and more.
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On this episode of ARN, listen as Arn and Conrad go back to the April 28,1985 to a live event in Charlotte NC, where Arn and Ole become the National Tag Team Champions! The guys discuss Manny Fernandez, Thunderbolt Patterson, Sam Houston, Ole turning heel, and so much more! Cryptocurrency might feel like a secret or exclusive club, but Coinbase believes that everyone, everywhere should be able to get in the door. Whether you've been trading for years or just getting started, Coinbase can help. For a limited time, new users can get $5 in free Bitcoin when you sign up today at Coinbase.com/ARN Feals is a better way to feel better. Our premium CBD will keep your head clear and help you feel your best. CBD has been proven to greatly reduce anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness. Shipped direct to your doorstep in only a few days, Feals is the new natural, healthy, better way to feel better. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/ARN and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. RetroMania Wrestling is inspired by early 90s arcade wrestling action, and is AVAILABLE NOW for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Steam, and iiRcade. Check them out at RetroManiaWrestling.com, and follow them on social media at RetrosoftStudios. Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type ARN in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. Finding that person you want to spend the rest of your life with is great, but hate all the pressure of what's next. Skip all the hassle and head directly to the experts at IHateStevenSinger.com Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy! If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, www.savewithconrad.com can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote. Arn joins Conrad's four other host at ADFREESHOWS.com, the largest collection of wrestling legends on one channel. www.ADFREESHOWS.com will have every podcast ad free and early, plus bonus content you won't get anywhere else. Join Today www.ADFREESHOWS.com Now you can enjoy ARN on YouTube! Turn on your notifications at http://www.ArnShowOnYouTube.com Want to look like a bad ass? Well, head over to http://www.ArnShirts.com and choose a tee from our hilarious growing collection. If you want the world to hear about the exciting things your doing in your business then you need to advertise on ARN! We can help make a difference in your company today over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com
The legend of the battle of the Alamo is not only an intrinsic part of Texas lore but is enshrined in the American imagination—a band of fiery rebels fighting for independence who die as martyrs in the cause of liberty. But a new book, “Forget the Alamo!” argues that the Alamo myth is just that—an allegory that tells us what we want to believe about the Alamo, but not what actually happened. Written by Bryan Burrough, Chris Tomlinson, and Jason Stanford, “Forget the Alamo!” has not been without its critics. A recent event at the Bullock Texas State History Museum was cancelled hours beforehand by Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, who called it a “fact-free rewriting of Texas history.” Guest host LBJ Library Director Mark Lawrence talks to two of the book's authors—Bryan Burrough and Chris Tomlinson—about what history really says about the Battle of the Alamo and why the myth that so many want to preserve has endured so long.
Jason opens the show talking about Grants Pass Downs being featured in the New York Times. Then he's joined by Colonial Downs Track Handicapper Jessica Paquette to recap opening day at Colonial Downs, talk some turf handicapping, and talk with Jessica about her weekend calling races at Sam Houston.
On this episode of ARN, listen as Arn and Paul Bromwell go back to the March 9,1985 edition of NWA World Wide Wrestling! Watchalong with Arn and Paul as they discuss Arn's match vs. Sam Houston. Plus, Johnny Weaver, six-man tags, Tommy Young, Superstar Billy Graham, and so much more! Feals is a better way to feel better. Our premium CBD will keep your head clear and help you feel your best. CBD has been proven to greatly reduce anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness. Shipped direct to your doorstep in only a few days, Feals is the new natural, healthy, better way to feel better. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/ARN and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Cryptocurrency might feel like a secret or exclusive club, but Coinbase believes that everyone, everywhere should be able to get in the door. Whether you've been trading for years or just getting started, Coinbase can help. For a limited time, new users can get $5 in free Bitcoin when you sign up today at Coinbase.com/ARN RetroMania Wrestling is inspired by early 90s arcade wrestling action, and is AVAILABLE NOW for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Steam, and iiRcade. Check them out at RetroManiaWrestling.com, and follow them on social media at RetrosoftStudios. Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy! Finding that person you want to spend the rest of your life with is great, but hate all the pressure of what's next. Skip all the hassle and head directly to the experts at IHateStevenSinger.com Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type ARN in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, www.savewithconrad.com can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote. Arn joins Conrad's four other host at ADFREESHOWS.com, the largest collection of wrestling legends on one channel. www.ADFREESHOWS.com will have every podcast ad free and early, plus bonus content you won't get anywhere else. Join Today www.ADFREESHOWS.com Now you can enjoy ARN on YouTube! Turn on your notifications at http://www.ArnShowOnYouTube.com Want to look like a bad ass? Well, head over to http://www.ArnShirts.com and choose a tee from our hilarious growing collection. If you want the world to hear about the exciting things your doing in your business then you need to advertise on ARN! We can help make a difference in your company today over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com
Josh Criswell, David Berry and special co-host Sam Herder give their thoughts on what various FCS conferences must do to take their league to the next level. Plus, Baltimore Orioles No. 5 overall pick Colton Cowser stops by to discuss the MLB Draft, his Sam Houston career and more.
Another 6:05 show that is taken out of the studio and on the road during the Great American Bash of 1986. This time, from Columbia, SC, a very loud and lively crowd will get to see, the Rock and Roll Express against Ole and Arn Anderson in a 30 minute time limit draw. But there is more, Don Kernodle is in action, Tully Blanchard against Sam Houston and the first couple of minutes only (sorry) of the Midnight Express against Dusty Rhodes and Magnum T.A. Plus many great interviews, may of which were conducted by Jim Cornette. It's the middle of the summer and it's Bash Time! Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out all the new cool merchandise at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt at LoisRules.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whw Save thousands at Savewithconrad.com
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson discuss their favorite picks to win an FCS National Championship in 2021. They discuss programs like James Madison, North Dakota State, Sam Houston, and South Dakota State.
The Megapowers unite once again ahead of the inaugural SummerSlam on this edition of WWF Superstars from July 30, 1988! * The long wait for Hogan and Savage to get back together and team up * Next level bickering between Jesse Ventura and Vince McMahon * Why Ventura as a special ref made hyping the PPV easy * The Iron Sheik's long and winding road back for a run that last only weeks * The first wrestler Peter ever discussed on a podcast * When did Bad News Brown actually lose a match? * Sam Houston finally decides to eat something * Going back to the Golden Girls bumpers Email: Greetingsfromallentown@gmail.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/GFAllentownPod
It's the "go home" show for the Great American Bash. This episode of World Championship Wrestling originally aired three days before the first of the events: Veterans Stadium, in Philadelphia. However, on this show, David Crockett sits down with Dusty Rhodes and Magnum T.A. and discusses what "America" means to them. In action, the NWA Tag Team Champions , the Midnight Express defeat Sam Houston and George South in a pretty good, but quick tag match. National Champion Tully Blanchard is in action as well. And Road Warrior Hawk prepares to do battle with Ric Flair as the two will meet in Philadelphia to kick off the Bash. Not the greatest of "go home" shows, but we will hear from Shaska Whatley, and that, in itself, is worth the listen. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out all the new cool merchandise at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt at LoisRules.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whw Save thousands at Savewithconrad.com
"While in the army from 1976 to 1978, I was assigned a non-shooting position at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. It was 250 miles from my home to an international shooting range. I was able to actually shoot on a range only 6 days during those 2 years, 3 days to win the Nationals in 1977 and 3 days to win again in 1978. Though I could not actually go to the range, I did continue training. Five times a week after my family had turned in for the night I simulated shooting for 2 to 4 hours in a spare bedroom, a technique called dry firing. I made the US International team in 1978 and won the World Championships that year in Seoul." Lanny Basham is a former Olympian and teacher of the Mental Management system.
In this episode, Jessica tells us her experience of finding and losing multiple internships during COVID. *TRIGGER WARNING* We also discuss trauma and corporal punishment. Jessica shares her outlook on her internship experience and the ethical questions and considerations she was faced with. Jessica Crisp just graduated from Sam Houston […]
It's a bit of an emotional roller coaster on this week's Can Crushers Spotlight as Sam Houston goes into vivid detail of the day he decided to try to take his own life in a jail cell. Sam also talks about his struggles with addiction and his mission to spread the word of Yahweh and get as many people as possible on a righteous path. But he also has some great fight stories about Chief Wahoo McDaniel and an unbelievable rib on Angelo “King Kong” Mosca that you absolutely need to hear! And he doesn't just tell stories of the wrestlers, he does amazing impressions of them, too!Collar X Elbow - The Wrestling Brand Use promo code CanCrushers to save 10% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://paypal.me/cancrushers)
Hello again from Houston, Texas. Welcome to the second half of my day with Doug Harris — a proud Houstonian and old friend who is taking me around his beloved city. If you missed the release of Part I last week then be sure to give it a listen to get up to speed with my time in Houston with Doug Harris. Let's jump back into it. LAKEWOOD CHURCH Doug and I continue our adventures through the city in Doug's car, and he takes me to a popular site in the city: Lakewood Church. The building was previously called the Summit (subsequently changed to Compact Center before becoming Lakewood Church), a 17,000-seater venue that used to be the home ground for the Houston Rockets NBA team. It is also where Doug saw ZZ Top and Aerosmith perform live a few years prior, but now it is a very large place for worship. Lakewood Church and Joel Osteen are on all the social media platforms: there's an app, a podcast, and a very slick website where they also live stream that includes a webshop with books from Joel and his wife Victoria, and his mother Dodie. HOLY FATHER AND HIS SON The church was founded by Joel's father, Paster John Osteen, and Joel worked in the background as a TV producer up until his father passed away. When that happened, he stepped up and assumed the role of Senior Pastor at Lakewood Church. I went to their website and saw a video from a sermon a few weeks ago. It does not look or sound like a regular church. As Doug said, it's an arena with 17,000 seats that starts with a band on stage with lights and a cheering audience. The production itself is very professional. It's like watching X-Factor or a big award show with several camera angles. Then Joel and his wife take the stage. With 17,000 people in the church arena and I don't know how many listening on Sirius XM satellite radio in North America, and a global audience watching the live stream, it's certainly not your average church experience. It is very different from what I grew up with in Denmark, where there would be just a handful of people in my local church on a regular Sunday. TRADITIONAL TEXAS BBQ Doug then took me to one of his favourite places for lunch, Charlies BBQ, where I got to taste some real Texan barbecue. He's a regular there and he introduces me to some of the staff, making me feel welcome and special. We sat down at the grill and the guy behind it who happens to be the owner, Fote Demires, recommended I try the brisket and sausage as they are the most popular choices (apart from the ribs of course). He tells me that brisket is a staple in Texas, and if you head further east, they enjoy pulled pork. After consuming a big plate of various tasty BBQ flavours, I carry on my chat with Fote. “We've been in the BBQ business since before my time — some 60 years. As part of the second generation, I have been involved in operations for 30 years, taking over from my parents. My parents came from Greece and decided to open a BBQ shop because, well, it's Texas. We've infused a bit of our Greece culture into the menu over the years, we offer gyros and make our own tzatziki.” After a delicious lunch, Doug and I get back in the car and continue our Houston road trip adventure. REMEMBER THE ALAMO Doug tells me that Houston was named after Sam Houston, the first president of Texas and general of the Texas army. Texas used to be an independent republic that was once under the dominance of Mexico. After declaring independence from Mexico, the Mexican government sent a large army led by Antonio López de Santa Anna to attack Texas in bitter retaliation. Despite Santa Anna being an accomplished military tactician, he underestimated the strength of the Texan army led by Colonel William Barret Travis, who called for volunteers to assist his men in warding off the Mexican army's attacks. Famous American frontiersman and folk hero Davy Crockett joined the cause where he and his volunteers took the famous stand at the Battle of the Alamo — a 13-day siege where they battled against thousands of Mexican soldiers in 1836 in San Antonio, Texas, “The critical purpose of the Battle of the Alamo was that it gave Sam Houston time to train his Texan troops by the Gulf of Mexico to launch a surprise attack on Antonio López de Santa Anna's men. One afternoon while the Mexican army was taking a siesta, Houston's men surprise-attacked and took the Mexican soldiers as prisoners. Apparently, de Santa Anna removed his general's uniform as to not be identified by the Texas army, but his cover was blown when one of his men called him ‘generalissimo'”. The story with Davy Crockett and the Alamo is something I'll dive more into when I visit San Antonio in a couple of weeks. It's fascinating so stay tuned. YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS As folklore has it, Antonio López de Santa Anna had a mixed-heritage concubine who was with him during this time. Due to her mixed-heritage, she had what locals called ‘yellow skin' and she is the inspiration for the famous folk song The Yellow Rose of Texas. DOUG THE MUSIC MAN And speaking of music, Doug is the kind of guy who always goes around with music in his head, and he is always humming and singing. I never noticed it before my visit, but as we're leaving his office he was humming in the elevator and singing while walking out to his car. And he doesn't seem to mind that there are people around him. He's not shy at all and kept singing when we met other people in the freight elevator (great acoustics in there by the way) while maybe adding a “howya doin'?” between the verse and the chorus. He really spreads joy and smiles around him all the time. Doug takes me to yet another impressive place, named after the city's founder, the Sam Houston Race Park. It's a famous horse racing track that also has a large paddock that plays host to music concerts throughout the year. It's a prominent tourist attraction in Houston. Many big country music stars have performed here. Doug strikes me more of a classic rock fan than a country music fan. To this he responded: “Well, I'm a rocker — I was raised in the 60s and 70s on The Beatles, The Yardbirds, and Jimi Hendrix. Plus I made my bones in rock radio. I had a garage band back in those days and our bass player was a little-known actor called Dennis Quaid. But even though I'm a rocker, it would be silly not to enjoy some great songs from other genres and performers. And country music has some classic performers, like Willie Nelson and Bob Wills. So, I like all music because I'm a student of human nature. But I'm not a huge hip-hop fan. If I can sing along to it on the radio, then I enjoy it.” HOMEWOOD SUITS BY HILTON Doug found a hotel for me and was able to strike a deal with them for a better rate. It's a Homewood Suites by Hilton, and it's very artistic with a big mural on the wall behind the pool and a lot of art in the lobby. I meet Bruce from the hotel and wants him to tell me more about the place. It's in a part of the city that is more a corporate area with a lot of big companies and to me, it's not the obvious location for a hotel. “There was a need for a Hilton in this part of town, and in the short period of time that we have been open, we have seen the true value of our presence in this area. We are definitely more of a corporate-focused hotel. Our owners have tried to install more of a boutique flavour through the artwork they have installed. All of the art that you see on the walls is done by Mr. D of Houston, known as ‘Houston's largest muralist', who also did the hotel's exterior murals.” Bruce was kind enough to show me around the 125-room hotel, including the outdoor kitchen, firepit, and another Mr. D mural hand-painted specifically for selfies. He showed me to my suite which was beautiful and very large. MORE ADVENTURES WITH DOUG I got to hang out with Doug some more the next day. We went to an art gallery opening, and I followed his recommendation to visit the National Museum of Funeral History where I got to learn about caskets and coffins, hearses through history, plus the funerals of Presidents, Popes, and celebrities. They also had a gift shop selling caps, mugs, t-shirts, and magnets saying something like: “Any day above ground is a good one”. A really weird and kinda morbid place. But interesting… NEXT STOP: LOCKHART I'm so glad I got to spend some time with my old friend Doug and can't wait to see him again soon somewhere in the world. Maybe we'll share a room again, purely in the “interest of camaraderie and economics”. That's it from Houston. Now I'm heading back to Austin and returning the cool convertible sports car to Gary, and then heading a bit south of the city to the little town called Lockhart, where I'm housesitting. Well, it's actually not in Lockhart but in a nice little house in the countryside – with dangerous snakes in the grass, and next to a noisy rooster farm with deaf owners. My name is Palle Bo, and I got to keep moving. See you.
Howdy igen fra Houston, Texas Velkommen til den anden halvdel af min dag med Doug Harris – en stolt Houstonian og min gamle ven, som viser mig rundt i sin hjemby. Hvis du endnu ikke har hørt den første halvdel, burde du måske gøre det først, så du er med på, hvad der sker. Gør det bare nu, jeg venter her. Okay…? Velkommen tilbage, lad os springe ud i det. LAKEWOOD CHURCH Doug og jeg fortsætter vores eventyr i Dougs bil, og vi kommer forbi et populært og anderledes sted i byen: Lakewood Church. Bygningen blev tidligere kaldt The Summit og senere som Compact Center – inden den skiftede navn til Lakewood Church. Det er et sted med plads til 17.000 mennesker, og husede også tidligere NBA-basketball, når Houston Rockets var i kamp. Doug fortæller mig, at han også har været til flere koncerter i denne bygning. Blandt andre har ZZ Top og Aerosmith fået taget til at lette. Men nu er det en kirke. Dog en meget stor kirke, der er anderledes end de fleste. Den hedder Lakewood Church og både kirken og den unge præst, Joel Osteen er til stede på de fleste sociale medier. De har også en app, en podcast og en meget professionel hjemmeside, hvor de både har live-stream og en webshop med masser af bøger fra Joel, hans hustru, Victorie og hans mor Dodie Osteen. HELLIGE FADER OG HANS SØN Kirken blev grundlagt af Joels far, Pastor John Osteen, og mens han kørte den, arbejdede Joel i baggrunden som TV-producer. Da faderen døde overtog Joel ansvaret som Senior Pastor i Lakewood Churck. Jeg tog et kig på deres hjemmeside og så en video fra en gudstjeneste for et par uger siden. Set hverken ligner eller ser ud som en almindelig gudstjeneste i en almindelig kirke. Som Doug fortalte mig, så er det en kæmpe arena med 17.000 sæder og det hele starter med et band på scenen med lys og et hujende publikum. Selve Tv-produktionen er også meget professionel med mange kameravinkler. Det minder mig mere om en X-Factor finale i BOXEN. Da musikken klinger ud og publikum er færdig med at klappe træder Joel og Victorie ind på scenen med hvert sit følgespot – og starter gudstjenesten. En noget anden oplevelse end hvad man ser i en lokal landsbykirke i Danmark en typisk søndag med fem forkølede mennesker. TRADITIONAL TEXAS BBQ Doug tager mig med videre til sin yndlings-frokost-restaurant, Charlies BBQ, så jeg kan smage noget rigtig Texas barbecue. Man mærker straks, at han har været her mange gange, for han hilser varmt på personalet og introducerer mig, så jeg føler mig både velkommen og lidt speciel. Vi går op til grillen og måder ejeren, Fote Demires, som gik i gang med at give mig gode råd om, hvad jeg skulle vælge: ”Du skal absolut prøve vores brisket og grillpølserne er også meget populære. Og spareribs naturligvis.” Jeg følger hans råd, og efter at have konsumeret en kæmpe tallerken med Houston kød bevæger jeg mig tilbage for at tale mere med Fote. ”Vi har været i BBQ-branchen siden før min tid – i omkring 60 år. Som en anden-generations-griller har jeg været i barbecue-branchen i 30 år, siden jeg overtog den fra mine forældre. De immigrerede hertil fra Grækenland, og besluttede sig for at åbne en BBQ-restaurant fordi… ja, det er jo Texas. Hen over årene har vi tilføjet en smule græsk madkultur og tilbyder nu også både gyros og tzatziki”. Efter en fantastisk frokost (med propfyldte maver), kravlede vi tilbage i bilen og fortsatte vores køretur gennem Houston. HUSK THE ALAMO Doug fortæller mig, at Houston er opkaldt efter Texas' første præsident og general, Sam Houston. På et tidspunkt var Texas under mexicansk styre og siden blev det en selvstændig republik. Efter de erklærede sig uafhængige sendt den mexicanske regering en stor hær under ledelse af Antonio López de Santa Anna til at angribe Texas. Men den mexicanske general havde undervurderet hvor stærk Texas' hær var. Den blev ledet af William Barret Travis, som havde samlet en flok frivillige til at hjælpe ham med at holde mexicanerne væk. En af disse frivillige var en folkehelt ved navn Davy Crockett. De holdt skansen ved Slaget ved Alamo i 13 dage mod tusinder af mexicanske soldater i San Antonio i 1836. Doug fortæller videre: ”Det store formål med Slaget ved Alamo var at det gav Sam Houston tid til at træne sine tropper ved den Mexicanske Golf, og iværksætte et overraskelsesangreb på Antonio López de Santa Annas mænd. En eftermiddag mens den mexicanske hær holdt siesta og tog dem alle som fanger. Santa Anna nåede at skifte til en almindelig uniform, så han ikke skulle blive genkendt af de texanske soldater, men blev afsløret da en af hans egne folk tiltalte ham som ‘generalissimo'”. Hele historien om Davi Crockett og slaget ved Alamo er noget, vi dykker mere ned i, når jeg besøger San Antonio om et par uger. Det er meget fascinerende så bliv her på kanalen. TEXAS GULE ROSE Som det er med et hvert godt folkesagn, så havde Antonio López de Santa Anna på dette tidspunkt, en elskerinde af blandet herkomst. På grund hendes (som de lokale kaldte det) “gule hud” var hun inspiration til den kendte folkesang ”Texas' Gule Rose”. MUSIKKEN I DOUG Og apropos musik, så er Doug den slags person, der konstant går rundt med en melodi i hovedet, og han nynner eller synger konstant. Det er ikke noget, jeg har lagt mærke til før, når jeg har mødt ham rundt omkring i verden, men her (på hans hjemmebane) er det helt tydeligt. Da vi forlod kontoret, nynnede han, i elevatoren sang han, og det fortsatte, da vi gik ud til hans bil. Og det lade ikke til at det på virker ham, at der er folk, der hører ham. For eksempel, da vi mødte personer i elevatoren, lavede han blot en lille pause mellem verset og omkvædet og fik plads til et hurtigt ”howya doin'?”. Han er en mand, der konstant spreder glæde og smil omkring sig. Doug tager mig med til endnu et imponerende sted, der er opkaldt efter byens grundlægger. Den berømte væddeløbsbane, Sam Houston Race Park er vært for mange hestevæddeløb, men også et stort koncertsted, og en prominent turistattraktion i Houston. Mange countrystjerner optræder her. Doug slår mig mere som en fan af 'classic rock' end country. Til det har han disse ord: ”Jo, jeg er en rocker – jeg voksede op til The Beatles, The Yardbirds og Jimi Hendrix. Desuden tilbragte jeg mange af mine unge år på rock-radiostationer. Jeg havde endda engang et band i min garage, hvor vores bassist var den siden så kendte, Dennis Quaid. Men selvom jeg er en rocker, så vil det være dumt at frasige sig fantastiske sange i andre genre. Og country musikken har nogle helt fantastiske navne som Willie Nelson og Bob Wills. Så jeg vil sige, at jeg kan lide al slags musik. Jeg er dog ikke den helt store rap-fan. Men hvis jeg ka' synge med på det, når det spilles i radioen, ka' jeg li' det”. HOMEWOOD SUITS BY HILTON Doug har fundet et hotel til mig, og skaffet mig en super skarp pris. Det er et såkaldt Homewood Suites, som er en del af Hilton kæden. Det er meget kunstnerisk med smukke malerier i foyeren og et stort vægmaleri bagved poolen. Jeg møder Bruce fra hotellet og beder ham fortælle mere om stedet. Jeg synes, at det er interessant, at det ligger i en del af byen med mange kontorbygninger – og for mig måske ikke er det mest indlysende sted til et hotel. ”Både og… Hilton havde brug for et hotel i denne del af byen, og i den korte tid, vi har været åbne, har det vist sig at være en god beslutning. Vi er bestemt mere et hotel for forretningsrejsende. Vores ejere har bestræbt sig på at skabe et sted med en følelse af et boutique-hotel og har investeret en masse i kunst. Al den kunst du ser på væggene, er af en lokal kunstner, der kalder sig Mr. D. Han er kendt som Houstons største væg-kunstner, og han har også skabt det store vægmaleri, du ser bag ved poolen”. Bruce viste mig også rundt i det i resten af hotellet, der har 125 værelser og et udendørs-køkken og bålplads. Og endnu et stort håndmalet Mr. D vægmaleri, der er som skabt til at tage selfies ved. Og så viste han mig min suite, som var både smuk og meget rummelig. FLERE OPLEVELSER MED MIN VEN DOUG Jeg kom til at hænge ud en dag mere med Doug. Han tog mig blandt andet med til fernisering på en kunstudstilling – og på hans opfordring besøgte jeg et bizart sted: the National Museum of Funeral History. Her kom jeg til at lære en masse om kister og begravelsesoptog gennem tiden, plus en masse om berømte begravelser. De har også en souvenirbutik, hvor de sælger kasketter, kaffekopper, t-shirts og køleskabsmagneter, hvor der står ting som ”en dag over jorden er en god dag”. I sandhed et underligt og lettere morbidt sted. Men interessant og unikt for Houston. NÆSTE STOP: LOCKHART Jeg er glad for, at jeg tog mig tid til at besøge min gamle ven, og præsentere dig for den store texaner. Jeg glæder mig til at vore veje krydser hinanden igen, et eller andet sted på kloden. Og det var det hele fra Houston. Nu skal jeg tilbage til Austin for at aflevere den lækre lille sorte sportsvogn til Gary, og så videre til Lockhart, en mindre by omkring 50 km syd for Austin. Her skal jeg ”house-sitte” – altså passe hus og i dette tilfælde katte og planter. Det er faktisk ikke engang i selve Lockhart, men lidt længere ude på landet. Det er et sted med slanger i græsset og en gård med hundredevis af haner. Den er meget larmende, men ægteparret, der ejer den er ligeglade, da de begge er døve. Mit navn er Palle Bo, og jeg skal videre. Vi ses.
On this episode of People Down South we have a fantastic conversation with Evan and Sam from Warrior Poet Society. They talk about starting the company, creating a full blow streaming service called WPSN and the challenges of producing and starring in their own reality shows. They also drop some hints on upcoming TV shows and products they plan on releasing in the future.
Welcome back to Houston, Texas. After leaving my new friends Jeanie and Big Ed in their trailer park in Houston, I jumped back into my sexy hired sports car to see an old friend of mine, Doug Harris. We made plans to meet at his office. I got to know Doug as a Broadcast Marketing Consultant for his company Creative Animal. For the past 20 years, he has also been running Noisemaker Communications. Here, he and his team work with businesses that want to make some noise and grab some attention. Doug is known for his crazy, creative, noise-making ideas. For instance, when one of the Star Wars films was about to premiere, he came up with the idea to offer $1,000 to the first listener that would legally change their name to Obi-Wan Kenobe. That got them some attention for his client's radio station, and the idea was later copied by stations all over. And I remember him telling me about his all-time favourite publicity stunt that never saw the light of day as the client got cold feet. He represented an electric razor company and pitched the idea of taking out a full-page ad in the newspaper offering Fidel Castro $1 million to shave his beard with their electric razor. The client was worried – what if the leader of communist Cuba actually took a capitalist bribe to shave his famous beard? It's ideas like these that pop up in the mind of this man that you're about to meet. So, strap in… MEETING AN OLD FRIEND IN HOUSTON, TEXAS "Houston is a cruel, crazy town on a filthy river in East Texas with no zoning laws and a culture of sex, money and violence. It's a shabby, sprawling metropolis ruled by brazen women, crooked cops and super-rich pansexual cowboys who live by the code of the West – which can mean just about anything you need it to mean, in a pinch." These are words by famous American journalist and author Hunter S. Thompson. After receiving a warm and friendly welcome from my old friend, we jumped into his car and immediately began reminiscing. Doug and I met at a NAB radio event in London years ago and ended up sharing a hotel room "purely in the interest of camaraderie and economics". Our paths again crossed in Mumbai a few years later when the Indian government had just launched independent radio. We've certainly been to some interesting places together. And here we are together again in Doug's hometown of Houston. Doug tells me a few interesting facts about Houston, such as it is home to one of the finest medical centres in the world, Texas Medical Center, which receives many patients from all over the world. Houston is also home to a fabulous theatre district, second only to New York City (when you calculate the number of seats). Additionally, Doug tells me that it is also home to the "greatest Mexican food and BBQ on the planet". Doug is super well-travelled and a man of the world. But he's also a true Houstonian. He loves his city and knows a lot about it. So, he's the perfect tour guide for me as we're driving on our way to an original Texas BBQ lunch at Doug's favourite restaurant, Charlie's BBQ. "This city is amazingly diverse. We have a huge Hispanic community and a growing Asian community, consisting of distinctly Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese communities who have found their home here because Houston is a really welcoming place. It is a warm mix of culture and people, and there is a lot of opportunity here. There's something about Houston – we do things bigger and better here." Doug tells me he wants to take me to visit Houston's famous National Museum of Funeral History and tells me some fascinating things about what to expect. He also plans to take me to the Art Car Museum because he wants me to tell the world the people in Houston don't "ride horses to work and there isn't primary sagebrush/tumbleweed floating across the streets." FACTS ABOUT HOUSTON, TEXAS No one is actually from here. If you ask most Houstonians, most of them are from another city, state, or country altogether. Houston has an underground pedestrian tunnel system. The tunnel is 20 feet below the ground and runs for seven miles, linking 95 city blocks. There are no zoning laws. You will see a sex shop next to a mansion that's right down the block from a school that sits alongside what seems to be a Buddhist temple. They don't really wear boots and hats because they're not really cowboys. The only exception is during rodeo season – when they put on the finest bolo ties, hats, boots, and buckles, they can find and totally pretend to be cowboys. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of the biggest rodeos in the world. This month-long rodeo attracts over 2.5 million attendees each year. And finally: don't bother doing your hair in August. Humidity wins —it always wins. A substantial portion of Houston's population is 'new arrivals'. In this tradition, Doug's family is originally from Greece. His father came over to Texas at the turn of the 20th century to work in his uncle's meatpacking plant. "That's how things work here, this country was born from immigrants. My father managed to serve in the United States Army, after which he got into medical school, married a local gal, built up his medical practice, had two sons, and lived the American dream as it was in the 20th century. We'll see how that American dream turns out in the 21sr century". When I got to know Doug, he was always one of the speakers at radio conferences I attended, talking about being more creative. He spoke about how to spark creativity and nurture a creative environment in a boring workplace. And just one of the tricks he suggested was: bubbles. I remember the European radio conference where we shared a room (in the spirit of camaraderie and economics). He was speaking to a room of 4-500 people, and everyone was blowing bubbles. They were all over this big conference room, and people were laughing and feeling creative. I don't know; there's just something about blowing bubbles that brings out the creative kid in us. He always notices when someone is pulling off a marketing stunt that is a bit out of the ordinary. While we're driving around Houston, he points out a billboard with a great idea. Doug excitedly tells me about a marketing campaign that a local furniture store is rolling out that basically offers people their money back on recently purchased mattresses if the local baseball team, the Houston Astros, win the World Series. Our drive through the city sees us talking about a range of interesting topics relating to Houston. Although the Houston skyline isn't as typically picturesque as a European city, "I still love it here", Doug insists. BARBERSHOP BAR Doug decided he needed a haircut, so we made a quick stop for his appointment. I took a seat at the bar to get a cup of coffee – yes, there is a bar inside the barbershop, and it's unlike any barbershop I've ever seen before. The Gents Place is a beautiful barbershop that you should absolutely visit if you need a haircut, a scalp massage, a shoeshine — or just want to get away and hang out with friendly people for a bit. On their website, they write 'A Great Haircut is Just the Beginning'. Check out this video to see how cool this place really is. Alissa from The Gents Place: "We sell an experience, not a haircut. People can hang out in either of our two lobbies, our Members Lounge, or our bar, and have a couple of drinks. We do haircuts, hand and foot repairs, eyebrow, nose and ear waxing, massages, everything really. Members come in and hang out before and after work. We've created a cool place to hang out," Check out this excerpt from their website: Enjoy a place where distinguished gentlemen gather for conversation and drinks while receiving luxury grooming services such as steamed towel treatments, neck and shoulder massages, and facial hair maintenance. With our men's grooming clubs, we strive to bring back the gentleman in all of us. Life is not an errand, nor should we treat it as such. When it prompts us to attend a task with regularity, we might as well attend to it while surrounded by like-minded gentlemen, complimentary top-shelf drinks, and curated advice. Such is the path to looking our best, feeling our best, and becoming our best. BUFFALO BAYOU After Doug's new trim, we headed to downtown Houston to visit Buffalo Bayou. This lovely recreational park used to be a large ditch where the famous Allan Brothers founded a city named after the hero of the Texas Republic, Sam Houston, in the mid-19th century. The park has many running tracks and hiking trails, including the river where people can kayak and enjoy the outdoors in the middle of the city. Doug is the kind of person who gets into conversations with the strangers he meets. He's got this aura around him that says, "Hey, I'm a nice guy, talk to me", and it's not put on or fake — it's just who he is. Like, when we saw a dog in the street, Doug effortlessly made conversation with the dog and its owner as if it was the most natural thing in the world. Doug then offers a Master Class on how to establish rapport and get into a conversation with random strangers in the streets of Houston. Step 1: Greet the dog warmly with compliments. Step 2: Greet the owners by introducing me, saying that he's showing me around Houston. Step 3: Compliment handsome dog again. I'm pretty sure that Doug doesn't give this kind of thing a second thought, but I feel that this simple interaction sums up what kind of great and outgoing person he is. We get back into Doug's car and continue our way through the city as Doug tells me interesting things about almost everything we pass by — including The Heartbreak Hotel and an outdoor park that is air-conditioned. He loves telling people about Houston and showing them around because he wants people to come to visit. As you probably can sense, Doug is a man of many words, so I've got more from my drive with him around Houston in the next episode. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you.
Solomonster reviews the Dark Side of the Ring episode on Grizzly Smith and his children, including Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Sam Houston and Rockin' Robin. Even if you already know the story, it's still shocking to hear them talk about their father, and even more startling he got away with the things he did for so long. Take the Hawthorne quiz at hawthorne.co and use promo code SOLOMONSTER for 10 PERCENT OFF your first order!
The guys cover AEW Double or Nothing in match-by-match detail! Chad “The Glorious Guru” was the big prediction winner, accurately guessing seven of the ten matches, while Mark “The Mark” pulled a Match of the Year candidate from this card! A week after saying Raw was his favorite show, John “The English Professor” struggled to find one noteworthy thing about Raw this week! Additional coverage includes SmackDown, NXT, AEW Dynamite, WWE releases, and a deeply disturbing Dark Side of the Ring about Grizzly Smith.Collar X Elbow - The Wrestling Brand Use promo code CanCrushers to save 10% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://paypal.me/cancrushers)
In this episode of the 411 On Wrestling Podcast, 411's Blake Lovell is joined by 411's Steve Cook to discuss the Dark Side of the Ring episode on Grizzly Smith, the impact on Jake Roberts and other members of the family, WWE's A&E Biography on Mick Foley, and much more.*Intro*0:37 The disturbing story of Grizzly Smith*4:58 Jake Roberts, Rockin' Robin, and Sam Houston's childhood*10:32 JoLynn Smith's kidnapping*13:40 The impact of Grizzly Smith's actions on his kids*15:52 Pro wrestling offering an escape*18:21 The importance of Jake's message to others*22:50 Expectations or The Dynamite Kid episode*26:09 Thoughts on Mick Foley A&E Biography*28:46 Ric Flair's stance on Foley*32:49 Foley discussing his struggle with retirement*40:36 Paul Heyman telling stories *42:22 The upcoming Bret Hart BiographyDonate to the GoFundMe for Larry Csonka's family: https://www.gofundme.com/f/larrymania-living-on-in-his-girlsSteve's Top 7 Larry Csonka Columns: https://411mania.com/wrestling/top-7-larry-csonka-columns/Steve Cook on 411Mania: https://411mania.com/author/stevecook/Follow Steve on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/stevecook84Follow Blake on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wrestleblake
On this episode we will talk about stakes action at Sam Houston as well as Remington Park for the final night of the quarter horse season --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twentyoneseconds/support
In a spring season filled with ups-and-downs, the FCS crowned a new champ in Sam Houston. The Bearkats earned it by going through North Dakota State, James Madison, and South Dakota State. With that said, did we learn anything about the FCS landscape this fall with the unprecedented spring season. Swany and Nolan are joined by the newest member of the podcast team, Brady Drake (B-Drake), to discuss. Swany and Nolan see things quite differently as to the NDSU QB situation, and its impact on the fall. B-Drake with some dynamite insight on the Bison roster as a whole, and comments on the transfer portal. It's back to business, this week, where champions come to talk!
The Cardiac Kats did it again Sunday, coming from behind in the final seconds to stun South Dakota State and win the program's first-ever national championship, punctuating the end of a historic FCS spring season. The city of Huntsville, Texas, deserves to celebrate hard — but the party won't be too long, with a short summer ahead and one big roster question mark. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Shehan Jeyarajah Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, 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 Cover 3 crew talks coaches, the new Pac-12 commish and Sam Houston’s title win. First, how do you rank coaches? The show begins with a philosophical debate on what matters, what should matter and some results from our individual ballots that may give us a preview into the debates we’ll have once the CBS Sports Power Five Coach Rankings are released on Tuesday and Wednesday (1:30). Then, the biggest challenge for the new Pac-12 commissioner (22:15), a recap of Sam Houston’s wild win over South Dakota State in the FCS national championship (36:00) and finally a tease of the 1-65 list with five names that will generate discussion when the coach rankings are revealed (42:00). Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Josh Criswell, David Berry and Matt Faye give their instant reaction to Sam Houston's last-minute comeback win over South Dakota State in the FCS National Championship Game.Follow us on Twitter:@bet_fcs@Item_Criswell@BerrytheLede@mattGfaye
Despite a bevy of injuries, departures for the NFL Draft, and a key starter leaving for the transfer portal, North Dakota State was one play away from advancing to this year's FCS semifinals. With 23 freshmen and sophomores on the two-deep depth chart, the Herd fell agonizingly short at Sam Houston, 24-20. “Our young guys are our depth. It’s been a good thing, there have been growing pains at times, but it will all payoff in the long run,” said NDSU coach Matt Entz following a 42-20 playoff win against Eastern Washington. Swany is joined by the Bison Report's Ross Uglem to recap this spring, and talk about an awfully good football team coming back with big things in store this fall.
These are the weeks we all remember why we love Dukes so much! We suck all the marrow out of JMU’s takedown of UND, the Valley’s rough week, and the CAA’s surge. Then we look ahead to the Dukes trying to complete the first half of a Texas Two-Step at Sam Houston this week. Oh yeah, JMU softball is basically Thanos at this point too!