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The Chris Rose Rotation
Ty France took playing behind Manny Machado as a learning opportunity

The Chris Rose Rotation

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 36:37


Visit https://athleticgreens.com/rose to get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase Use code ROSE for $20 off your first SeatGeek order https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/ROSE Seattle Mariners first baseman Ty France sits down with Chris Rose to talk about playing with Lucas Giolito in high school, being a late round draft pick, playing for Tony Gwynn at San Diego State, learning from Manny Machado, Jarred Kelenic being sent down and more!

The Giants Guys
The Giants Guys (Ep. 81) Interview with 4th Round Pick, TE Daniel Bellinger

The Giants Guys

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 54:32


The Giants Guys Interview the Giants 4th Round Pick in the 2022 NFL draft, TE Daniel Bellinger from San Diego State. We discuss high school, growing up in Vegas, playing at San Diego State, and what he brings to the table for the New York Giants. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegiantsguys/support

The Reno Slant
203: Nevada at San Diego State baseball preview, Jarod Lucas picks Pack, Baseball title hopes

The Reno Slant

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 50:50


Nevada took two of three vs New Mexico (6:06). The guys go back on the road this weekend, with regular season title hopes still alive, at SDSU — two things to know and predictions (14:26). Aces Report - Reno dropped its second-straight series, vs Round Rock, and goes to last-place Tacoma this week (22:29). For slants, the Shoup brothers react to the Jarod Lucas commitment and outline biggest remaining needs for the 2022-23 roster (31:31), name potential pro's on the Pack baseball roster (34:39), and consider whether Steve Alford would walk if failing to make the tournament over the next three years (41:24).  To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.

The Rich Eisen Show
Marshall Faulk: Do It Because You Want To

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 56:56


Pro Football Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk sits down for an in-depth discussion about his humble beginnings, what led him to San Diego State and how learning to say no was something he had to figure out during his career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
Marshall Faulk: Do It Because You Want To

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 57:56


Pro Football Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk sits down for an in-depth discussion about his humble beginnings, what led him to San Diego State and how learning to say no was something he had to figure out during his career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Citrus Diaries
S2 E18: Make Your Voice Heard with Kate of Pollution Solution

Citrus Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 32:55


This week I'm welcoming Kate to the podcast to talk all things low waste and grassroots action! Kate is currently a college student at San Diego State studying sustainability and runs an IG account, @pollution_solution_, where she gives tips for low waste living. Throughout our conversation we dive into this idea of perfectionism, whether that be in life or in our low waste journeys. Kate brings up so many great points on how perfectionism isn't a sustainable way to live because it prevents you from celebrating the little wins. Those little wins often build and build into massive change. It's important to recognize all the steps we are taking even if they aren't "perfect". Any action is better than none! We also discuss grassroots sustainability and what that means to us. Kate gives some amazing tips on how to make your voice her and be a beacon for change in your community + beyond. If you've been feeling a little overwhelmed with the sustainability movement and don't have the resources or accessibility to achieve the "perfect" lifestyle often show on social media - this will be such a comforting listen. At the end of the day, sustainability is more than the waste we produce. Find Kate: IG @pollution_solution_ Send in your stories, GIFS, memes, questions, happy moments, & more to citrusdiaries.com Subscribe to The Digest Join Club Happy Earth Follow me on IG @citrusdiariesss & @dearcitrusdiaries + TikTok @citrusdiaries

The Chase Thomas Podcast
Kentucky Hoops Reloads, GG Jackson To UNC & San Diego State Season Review With Stats By Will. Plus, Atlanta Falcons With 680 The Fan's Brian Finneran & Chicago Cubs With ESPN's Jesse Rogers

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 89:05


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On today's program, Stats By Will joins the program to talk about Kentucky adding Antonio Reeves, G.G. Jackson heading to UNC, what the Tar Heels' rotation will look like next year, Tennessee needing another big in the transfer portal, and what to make of the 2021-2022 San Diego State Aztecs (5:00). Then, ESPN's Jesse Rogers joins the program to talk about the Chicago Cubs, adding Suzuki this offseason, if it's going to be a long rebuild in Chicago, the White Sox slow start and the issue with the baseball for players this season (45:00). To wrap, 680 The Fan's Brian Finneran sits down with Chase to talk about the Atlanta Falcons, the Drake London pick, how the wide receiver position has changed, London and Kyle Pitts together, cheering for Matt Ryan in Indy this fall and much more (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Stats By Will, Brian Finneran, & Jesse Rogers Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
SDSU Basketball Banquet & Transfer Micah Parrish Recap

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 34:30


The Sons of Montezuma attend the SDSU Basketball banquet to get an up close & personal view of the program. And our very own SD Sports Fiend accurately predicts and gives us his first analysis of the newest incoming transfer, Micah Parrish from Oakland University. 

Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW
Talk Cosmos 05 - 01 - 22 Astro JAM - Mystery Charts Come To Life!

Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 55:51


Five astrologers bring two mystery charts to life through an improvisational theatric dynamic of speaking directly as the planet. Find out how these cosmic energies dialogue in our minds and hearts. There will be time for the astrologers to also discuss the actual chart with their insights afterwards. Past Astro JAM events were May 2, Aug 24, Oct 26 in 2021 and Jan 23, 2022. They continue with various astrologers scheduled every quarter – spring summer autumn and winter! Joining founder host astrologer Sue Rose Minahan will be guests Israel Ajose of London UK, Justin Crockett Elzie of Washington, USA, Marie O'Neill of California USA, and Sean Kelley of California USA. Follow us and subscribe! both on emails found on the Talk Cosmos website and Talk Cosmos YouTube Channel. Always on Apple Podcast or your favorite app. And always heard on KKNW radio and online formats. ISRAEL AJOSE: D. Psych. Astrol. is a dedicated student, teacher of astrology and tarot. He is now a full-time practitioner and teacher of astrology, tarot, philosophical and esoteric teachings, which he began studying and completing full honors in psychological astrology at the Center of Psychological Astrology in London with Liz Greene. He combines traditional, mediaeval, psychological, and Vedic techniques to provide guidance, answers, and consultations to students and clients worldwide. He is currently the President of the Astrological Lodge of London. Mjch of his studies and practices also include cosmology, mythology, occult sciences, Kabbalah, shamanism, and divination. Email: astrologyofthesoul@gmail.com JUSTIN CROCKETT ELZIE: is an Archetypal Astrologer, Teacher, and Author. He combines both Western Ancient Astrology and Modern Psychological Astrology and Eastern Vedic Astrology. He specializes in Predictive/Electional, and Karmic Astrology. His work with clients includes in-depth analysis of Natal charts. Synastry (couples' charts), Draconic Charts, and works with Progressions, Transits, and Planetary Returns. Using these he is able to link people together with their appropriate paths in life and what cycle they are in along with what is coming up in the future for them. With compassion he seeks to empower clients towards healing and he3lping them maximize their potential while at the same time offering healing or remedial modalities of Planets for psychological life issues. He does Astrological research into arcane Astrological concepts, focusing on the mystical/occult side of Astrology. Justin is a Certified Aromatherapist/Essential Oils Specialist and an Herbalist. Member of Talk Cosmos Archetypal Symbols and past Moonbeam Team. www.justincrockettelzie.com MARIE O'NEILL MBA: founder of Padma Life Coaching, Santa Rosa, CA with years as a life coach, astrologer, speaker, past-life regression facilitator and lecturer. Distinguished Toastmaster, Toastmasters International. On Board of Directors with TEDx Sonoma County. Astrology mentor with FCEA. Astrology conference lecturer. Published author of the book, “and the Lotus Opened”. Facilitates ad bi-annual Healing Retreat presented by Padma Life Coaching, Feb. and Aug. SEAN KELLEY: had his real first look at Astrology after a natal chart was handed to him in his philosophy class at San Diego State. He innately understood the archetypes associated with the symbolism. Sean has worked with many of thew world's renowned astrologers, from Kelli Fox and Jan Spiller to Henry Seltzer and Michael Lutin. Sean was instrumental in the 2000's driving business for Tarot.com. He has done thousands of charts, however considers himself a perpetual student of Astrology. AnthologyBrands.com

Talk Cosmos
Astro JAM - Mystery Charts Come To Life!

Talk Cosmos

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 55:44


Five astrologers bring two mystery charts to life through an improvisational theatric dynamic of speaking directly as the planet. Find out how these cosmic energies dialogue in our minds and hearts. There will be time for the astrologers to also discuss the actual chart with their insights afterwards. Past Astro JAM events were May 2, Aug 24, Oct 26 in 2021 and Jan 23, 2022. They continue with various astrologers scheduled every quarter – spring summer autumn and winter! Joining founder host astrologer Sue Rose Minahan will be guests Israel Ajose of London UK, Justin Crockett Elzie of Washington, USA, Marie O'Neill of California USA, and Sean Kelley of California USA. Follow us and subscribe! both on emails found on the Talk Cosmos website and Talk Cosmos YouTube Channel. Always on Apple Podcast or your favorite app. And always heard on KKNW radio and online formats. ISRAEL AJOSE: D. Psych. Astrol. is a dedicated student, teacher of astrology and tarot. He is now a full-time practitioner and teacher of astrology, tarot, philosophical and esoteric teachings, which he began studying and completing full honors in psychological astrology at the Center of Psychological Astrology in London with Liz Greene. He combines traditional, mediaeval, psychological, and Vedic techniques to provide guidance, answers, and consultations to students and clients worldwide. He is currently the President of the Astrological Lodge of London. Mjch of his studies and practices also include cosmology, mythology, occult sciences, Kabbalah, shamanism, and divination. Email: astrologyofthesoul@gmail.com JUSTIN CROCKETT ELZIE: is an Archetypal Astrologer, Teacher, and Author. He combines both Western Ancient Astrology and Modern Psychological Astrology and Eastern Vedic Astrology. He specializes in Predictive/Electional, and Karmic Astrology. His work with clients includes in-depth analysis of Natal charts. Synastry (couples' charts), Draconic Charts, and works with Progressions, Transits, and Planetary Returns. Using these he is able to link people together with their appropriate paths in life and what cycle they are in along with what is coming up in the future for them. With compassion he seeks to empower clients towards healing and he3lping them maximize their potential while at the same time offering healing or remedial modalities of Planets for psychological life issues. He does Astrological research into arcane Astrological concepts, focusing on the mystical/occult side of Astrology. Justin is a Certified Aromatherapist/Essential Oils Specialist and an Herbalist. Member of Talk Cosmos Archetypal Symbols and past Moonbeam Team. www.justincrockettelzie.com MARIE O'NEILL MBA: founder of Padma Life Coaching, Santa Rosa, CA with years as a life coach, astrologer, speaker, past-life regression facilitator and lecturer. Distinguished Toastmaster, Toastmasters International. On Board of Directors with TEDx Sonoma County. Astrology mentor with FCEA. Astrology conference lecturer. Published author of the book, “and the Lotus Opened”. Facilitates ad bi-annual Healing Retreat presented by Padma Life Coaching, Feb. and Aug. SEAN KELLEY: had his real first look at Astrology after a natal chart was handed to him in his philosophy class at San Diego State. He innately understood the archetypes associated with the symbolism. Sean has worked with many of thew world's renowned astrologers, from Kelli Fox and Jan Spiller to Henry Seltzer and Michael Lutin. Sean was instrumental in the 2000's driving business for Tarot.com. He has done thousands of charts, however considers himself a perpetual student of Astrology. AnthologyBrands.com

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast
Arizona Cardinals pick a pair of pass rushers in third round of 2022 NFL Draft

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 118:50


The Arizona Cardinals are hoping a pair of third rounders can help fulfill their need at pass rush. The Cards picked DE Cameron Thomas out of San Diego State and Cincinnati's Myjai Sanders in the third round on Friday night. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube: https://bit.ly/phnx_youtube Website: https://gophnx.com PHNX Locker: https://phnxlocker.com/ Head on over to The PHNX Locker to pick up one of our new PHNX hats! SOCIAL: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PHNX_Cardinals Instagram: https://instagram.com/PHNX_Sports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
Cardinals Cover 2 - Edge Rusher Addressed, Tight End Added

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 34:10


Ep. 559 - Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft saw the Cardinals double down on their biggest need: edge rusher. The Cardinals spent their third-round selections on San Diego State's Cameron Thomas and Cincinnati's Myjai Sanders, a pair of defensive ends who will line up at outside linebacker. That all, though, occurred after the Cardinals added Colorado State tight end Trey McBride, a player too-talented to pass up in the second round. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki react to all three selections plus give their first impressions of Marquise ‘Hollywood' Brown.

Afternoon Drive
Wed. Apr. 27: Hour 1 - Melvin Gordon returning, Warriors new death lineup, Dwayne Stukes on Araiza, NBA Playoffs

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 46:39


Curtis Martin comparison, splitting carries between Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon, Nathaniel Hackett's run game tendencies, Jordan Poole, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, Game 5 Nuggets @ Warriors, Denver lacks necessary pieces to beat Golden State, Broncos Special Teams Coordinator Dwayne Stukes comments on San Diego State punter Matt Araiza, importance of field position, Bulls @ Bucks, differences in NBA Playoffs between Eastern and Western Conference, USA vs World in All Star Game

Ross Tucker Football Podcast: NFL Podcast
Marshall Faulk's Draft Day Experience

Ross Tucker Football Podcast: NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 32:21


Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk joins Ross on today's podcast to talk about his Draft Day Experience (4:20), how he wound up at San Diego State (8:39), the Aztecs new Snapdragon Stadium (15:39), & football IQ (17:36) Download the DraftKings Sports Book App and use code ROSS for a sign up bonus up to $1,000 Connect with the Pod Website -  https://www.rosstucker.com Become A Patron - https://www.patreon.com/RTMedia Podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/RossTuckerPod Podcast Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckerpod/ Ross Twitter -  https://twitter.com/RossTuckerNFL Ross Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckernfl/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports With Friends
348. Football Hall Of Famer Marshall Faulk

Sports With Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 29:42


This week's guest, Marshall Faulk, played in the National Football League for 13 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams. He played college football at San Diego State, where he was a two-time consensus All-American. He appeared in two Super Bowls and won Super Bowl 34. In 2000, Faulk was named the Most Valuable Player of the NFL. Faulk is one of only three NFL players to reach at least 10,000 rushing yards and 5,000 receiving yards and the only one to amass 12,000 yards rushing and 6,000 yards receiving. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2017. Faulk's alma mater, San Diego State, is currently constructing a new football stadium. Entitled Snapdragon Stadium, it will be the new 35,000-seat, multi-purpose venue for Aztecs football, opening in September 2022. Faulk and former NFL player Akbar Gbaja-Biamila are ambassadors for Snapdragon Stadium. Follow Marshall Faulk on social media @marshallfaulk.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
The #210 And The Triangle Of Toughness - Jeff Traylor, Head Coach, UTSA

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 8:04


Traylor Jeff Traylorr just completed his second season. At the University of Texas - San Antonio. He has had an immediate and positive impact on the program and the community in a short period of time.   He's turned the program around by instilling his 210 Triangle of Toughness culture which he talks about in this segment from the 2nd Annual Lauren's First and Goal Clinic. The Gilmer, Texas, native took over a team that won a combined seven games in the two seasons prior to his arrival and has led the Roadrunners to a 19-7 record in his first two , the best two-year span by any UTSA coach.   UUTSA enjoyed a record-setting campaign in 2021. The Roadrunners won their first 11 games, were nationally ranked (as high as No. 15) for the first time in school history and captured the program's first league title by winning the Conference USA Championship with a 49-41 victory over WKU on Dec. 3. UTSA capped the season with its second straight and third overall bowl appearance against San Diego State in the Tropical Smoothie Café Frisco Bowl.   Traylor has been honored for his success as the 2021 C-USA Coach of the Year, the AFCA FBS Regional Coach of the Year for Region 4 and a finalist for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, AFCA National Coach of the Year and George Munger College Coach Of the Year Award. A member of the Paul “Bear” Bryant Awards Coach of the Year watch list, he was chosen as the 2021 San Antonio Express-News Sportsman of the Year. Shownotes: Start at UTSA The first meeting He chose the program, the players didn't choose him The #210 Brand Triangle of toughness What is a brand Image and identity must align Matt Rhule - 2, 1 and 0 jersey numbers Pete Carroll - Holding himself accountable Physical Run the ball to win; Throw the ball to score Committed to play the best players on teams Related: Coach Traylor - The Heartbeat of a Coaching Staff https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/the-hearbeat-of-a-coaching-staff-jeff-traylor-head-coach-university-of-texas-san-antonio 6x State Champion Dutch Fork on Sideline Adjustments: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/finding-solutions-to-benefit-the-teamprocess-for-adjustments-doug-rivers-te-coach-dutch-fork Check out our partner - for industry leading technology for end zone video and sideline replay: Sportscope.com Get all of the replays from Lauren's First & Goal at lfgf2022.coachesclinic.com

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
Zach & Cam Thomas—Tailgating with the Aztec Brothers

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 41:49


The Sons of Montezuma Podcast is going tailgating! Joining them at the new Snapdragon Stadium are the two anchors of the SDSU Football offensive & defensive line last season. Brothers Offensive lineman Zach Thomas and Defensive lineman Cam Thomas join the show just days before the NFL Draft!

AP Pro Football Podcast
Bring It On

AP Pro Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 27:22


San Francisco 49ers star quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and former NFL player Akbar Gbaja Biamila join host Rob Maaddi to discuss several topics. Garoppolo talks about his rehab from shoulder surgery, how he deals with uncertainty surrounding his situation with the 49ers and his dad, Tony, joins to talk about International Signing Day and the trade work force. Gbaja-Biamila chats about hosting American Ninja Warrior, co-hosting The Talk and his alma mater, San Diego State, getting a new stadium.

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
Matt Araiza The Greatest College Punter of All-Time

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 51:57


Don't call him a kicker. Don't call him a punter. Call him a weapon. The 2022 All-American and Ray Guy Award winner, Matt Araiza joins the show. Just days before the NFL Draft, Araiza tackles the big questions about his journey from soccer player, to becoming the greatest college punter of all-time.

College Draft: NFL Draft Podcast
The Top DL in the 2022 NFL Draft

College Draft: NFL Draft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 29:02


Ross & Emory evaluate the top Defensive Linemen in next week's NFL Draft including: 5-Tech: Cam Thomas, San Diego State 11:24 4-3: Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan 12:25 EDGE: Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon 17:23 DT: Curtis Brooks, Cincinnati 19:37 NT: Jordan Davis, Georgia 20:35 ILB: Chad Muma, Wyoming 23:20 OLB: Troy Anderson, Montana State 24:33 Download the DraftKings Sports Book App and use code ROSS for a sign up bonus up to $1,000 Connect with the Pod Website -  https://www.rosstucker.com Become A Patron - https://www.patreon.com/RTMedia Podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/RossTuckerPod Podcast Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckerpod/ Ross Twitter -  https://twitter.com/RossTuckerNFL Ross Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckernfl/ Draft Kings Disclaimer: If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scrambling with Dylan Otto
Episode 80: Sara Kjellker (San Diego State University Golfer)

Scrambling with Dylan Otto

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 50:26


This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features San Diego State golfer Sara Kjellker. Sara takes us through her years growing up and playing golf in Sweden with her family as well as what it was like playing for the Swedish National Team. With her impressive resume of tournaments and a close friend that attended SDSU before her, she decided to commit to SDSU as soon as she was offered. Kjellker explains some of the difficulties that came along with going to a school in a different country, but she found her groove pretty quick with the golf aspect. Sara is currently in her 5th year at SDSU and is looking to make some noise at conference before she turns pro at the end of the semester! Enjoy the show!

Mountain West Wire
Setting Mountain West football expectations for the West Division

Mountain West Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 92:24


Jeremy and Matt are back for part two of setting expectations for Mountain West football. The last episode was the Mountain Division this week it is what fans should expect as a good season from the West Division. San Jose State was a particularly tough team to peg down since they have had one good season about once a decade but also in the past few years, they have risen up from being a sure-fire win to at the very least an average team. San Diego State is finally seeing its potential as a team where a reasonable expectation is to compete for a division title. Hawaii has a history but a new staff and lack of transfers macks it murky. Nevada is in a similar boat with loss of transfers and losing a really good coach. Then there is Fresno State which is hoping to recapture the magic Jeff Tedford did in his first stint. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AP Pro Football Podcast

Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, Arizona Cardinals offensive lineman Kelvin Beachum and former Minnesota Vikings star linebacker Chad Greenway join host Rob Maaddi. Faulk talks about his alma mater, San Diego State, getting a new stadium and shares his thoughts on several topics, including the value of running backs. Beachum discusses the NFL's Inspire Change drafting mentors event and also gives his views on quarterback Kyler Murray. Greenway chats about Signing Day Sports digital platform and offers his take on quarterback Kirk Cousins and more. 

Zona GIGANTES
6x5 -TREVOR SIKKEMA PFF (Entrevista traducida en la descripción)

Zona GIGANTES

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 28:50


Otra entrevista TOP en el canal y esta vez es el experto de PFF Trevor Sikkema @tampabaytre donde nos hablara al detalle de cada posicion y cada opcion de giants con la optica PFF No te la pierdas! y acuérdate de darnos ese like! [00:00:01:15] ¿Cómo estás? [00:01:11:07] Estoy muy bien, gracias. Me encanta la introducción. Ha sido genial. El vídeo, la música. Ha sido genial. Estoy muy animado. Estoy muy emocionado. [00:01:19:03] Taylor, gracias por estar con nosotros. Sé que tienes muchas cosas que hacer ahora. El mes de abril está muy ocupado con el DRAFT Pero, ¿cómo te sientes con este DRAFT? ¿Qué [00:01:30:00] sensaciones tienes con esta clase ? ¿Este Daft 2022? [00:01:33:15] Siempre es un momento muy emocionante. Ya lo has mencionado. El mes de abril es muy ajetreado, sin duda. Es una época del año muy ajetreada. Pero esto es lo que nos gusta. Nos encanta el draft de la NFL. Nos encanta ver cómo estos prospectos se dirigen finalmente a los equipos y conseguir nuestras clasificaciones finales. Estoy muy emocionado por publicar mi simulacro final del draft dentro de un par de semanas, justo cuando salga el draft, que es algo que siempre espero escuchar de otras personas y lo que estos equipos podrían hacer y dónde podrían ir estos chicos [00:02:00:00]. Y luego, por supuesto, en última instancia, averiguar qué hogares tienen estos chicos y a dónde van y cómo mejoran los equipos. Así que no dormimos tanto estos días porque hay mucho trabajo que hacer, pero es muy divertido. Te tiene que encantar. [00:02:14:08] Impresionante. Si. Sigo en ti desde que trabajas para la red del draft, conoces has hecho un trabajo increíble con todos los sitios web en los que trabajabas antes, pero empiezas tu carrera en la Universidad de Florida sabes por los indicadores que estudiaste allí pero [00:02:30:00] como llega llegas al proceso del draft a trabajar como un insider para los backs también pero como llega un amor por el fútbol y todo el proceso del draft. [00:02:43:03] Sí. Así que, en realidad, todo mi proceso de entrar en la industria del periodismo del draft de fútbol americano empezó en, en la Universidad de Florida, como has mencionado allí. Y siempre me ha gustado mucho el draft cuando estaba en el instituto, a mí y a un par de amigos míos nos encanta el draft. Seguimos [00:03:00:00] el draft. Nos gustaban mucho los videojuegos, así que jugábamos al Madden todo el tiempo y pasábamos por las franquicias y mejorábamos y pasábamos por el draft y todo eso realmente nos hacía pensar. Y ya sabes, mientras iba a la escuela y a la facultad de periodismo, e incluso cuando salí a hacer algunos trabajos por cuenta propia para otras empresas antes de conseguir un trabajo a tiempo completo, seguí escribiendo y me aseguré de que siempre escribía cosas que me apasionaban, que me gustaban. Y para mí, eso resultó ser el DRAFT. Y eso es algo [00:03:30:00] que, entre que me gradué en la universidad y me metí en la industria a tiempo completo, es algo que me mantenía en marcha, me mantenía con ganas de mejorar en ello, es que escribía informes de ojeo y simulacros de draft y cosas así, y simplemente sentía una gran pasión por ello. Y, ya sabes, soy tan afortunada de haber podido trabajar en Pewter Report cubriendo a los Tampa Bay Buccaneers, y luego en la red del draft, llegando a cubrir el draft para ganarme la vida, lo cual es un sueño hecho realidad. [00:03:59:18] Y ahora [00:04:00:00] llegar a hacer lo mismo para PFF y hacerlo en una gran empresa con gente tan estupenda. Así que, sinceramente, todo surgió de mi amor por el draft, de mi deseo de escribir sobre él, de mi deseo de opinar sobre él. Y eso siempre me impulsó a ser cada vez mejor. Creé mi propio sitio web cuando estaba en la universidad, sólo para el draft de la NFL, llamado Road to Radio City, que trataba sobre los posibles jugadores y dónde podrían ir y cosas por el estilo. Así que esto ha sido algo que he estado haciendo durante más de una [00:04:30:00] década por mi cuenta, y sólo lo he estado haciendo a tiempo completo como trabajo durante unos cinco años. Pero llevo mucho más tiempo preocupándome por el borrador y escribiendo sobre el borrador. Así que es muy, muy guay y me siento muy afortunado de poder ganarme la vida con ello. [00:04:44:18] Eso es impresionante, y lo haces muy bien. Trevor Somos grandes fans tuyos. Trevor ¿Seguiste a los Gators de Florida en el estadio? ¿Empezaste allí a ver a los primeros jugadores y su mayo europeo o quizás fue el primer momento en que empiezas a [00:05:00:00] ver que te gusta ojear jugadores? [00:05:02:17] Es bastante curioso, yo, yo no era fan de los Gator de Florida cuando Urban Meyer estaba allí, cuando eran realmente buenos. Ninguno de mis padres fue a la universidad, así que fui el primero de mi familia en graduarse en la universidad, lo cual es bastante genial. Pero no éramos grandes aficionados al fútbol universitario. Mi madre no era aficionada a la universidad y mi padre no tenía un título universitario. Así que veíamos principalmente el fútbol de la NFL. Y la forma en que me metí en el draft es que soy de [00:05:30:00] Florida, justo al sur de Tampa, y por eso veía a los Tampa Bay Buccaneers y después de la temporada 2002, cuando ganaron la Super Bowl. Se pusieron muy mal después de eso. Así que muchas veces lo único que teníamos que esperar como aficionados era que el OC se presentara en el draft. ¿A quién podríamos elegir? ¿Quién podría salvar la franquicia? [00:05:49:18] Y así ese tuvimos a Martin Gramatica en el canal. [00:05:52:18] En realidad, lo hicieron absolutamente y es una leyenda absoluta. Es increíble. Y por eso a todos nos encanta. A todos nos encanta. Martin [00:06:00:00] trajo un aire fresco allí en la Bahía de Tampa, sin duda. Pero, sinceramente, así es como empezó, tío. Es que los bucs estaban muy mal y no teníamos nada más que esperar que el draft. Así que podrías aprender sobre algunos de esos prospectos. [00:06:12:07] Así que entraban en el draft. De acuerdo. Tenemos muchos prospectos. Creo que pensando en este draft de 2022 es una de las clases más profundas de toda la posición. Pero para ti, Trevor, si eres los Gigantes de Nueva York con estos dos picks de los que estamos hablando antes del micro, [00:06:30:00] ¿cuál es tu posición que vas a ir primero diciendo que tienes cuatro picks delante, que quizás estos jugadores que quieres van a vivir. Pero si fueras Joe Schoen, Trevor, cuál es la posición en la que iréis más allá a reforzar en este draft? [00:06:48:01] Creo que cuando miras a quién podrían elegir el cinco y el siete porque no es muy diferente. Sí, es cierto. A veces los equipos tienen selecciones muy tempranas y luego una selección muy tardía, como los Detroit Lions tienen una selección en el número [00:07:00:00] dos y luego en el 32. Eso es obviamente muy diferente. Estás hablando de algo diferente. Supongo que en las posiciones y el talento y cosas así. Para los Gigantes, es más o menos lo mismo. La conversación va a ser la misma. Creo que el tackle ofensivo va a ser muy fuerte para ellos. En una de esas selecciones, el edge va a ser muy fuerte para ellos. Van a tener la oportunidad de coger probablemente el mejor cornerback del draft si lo desean. En uno de esos puntos, yo personalmente, en el número cinco, probablemente me inclinaría por un corredor de borde porque uno de esos tipos va a poder conseguir un jugador de impacto realmente bueno. Probablemente no van a conseguir a Aidan Hutchinson de Michigan. Probablemente será el número uno de la lista. Pero cualquiera de Kayvon Thibodeaux, Treyvon Walker, Jermaine Johnson, cualquiera de esos chicos creo que podría estar disponible en el número cinco. [00:07:48:26] Y luego, si todavía quieren ir a las trincheras, podrían ir al tackle ofensivo de NC State, Charles Cross, el tackle ofensivo de Mississippi State o Evan Neal de Alabama. [00:08:00:00] Creo que habrá alguna combinación de uno de esos tipos de cualquiera de esas dos posiciones que podría estar disponible para ellos en el número cinco y en el número siete. Estuve junto a Joe Schoen en su rueda de prensa en la concentración, y habló de la física en las trincheras y de la construcción a través de las trincheras y de esos jugadores más grandes. Así que probablemente me inclinaría por el Edge en el número cinco, a menos que sepan que realmente quieren ir a por un tackle ofensivo y un Edge, porque Carolina [00:08:30:00] probablemente no elija un corredor de borde en el número seis, probablemente elija un tackle ofensivo. Así que tal vez quieran robar un tackle ofensivo justo delante de Carolina en el número cinco y luego ir con un edge rusher en el número siete. Pero uno de esos dos, creo, es el que yo elegiría con su mejor elección en el número cinco. [00:08:46:04] Así que Trevor, ¿cuál es para ti el mejor complemento para esto como es Ojulari que vimos, que fue una goma el año pasado en la segunda ronda jugó increíble el primer año también con la defensa de Wink Martindale [00:09:00:00] para ti cuál es el ajuste perfecto en el otro borde? Hablas de buenos bordes como el Presidente Johnson, como Thibodeau, como el mismo, que es probablemente el número uno, como has dicho. Pero para ti, ¿cuál es el complemento perfecto en el en el borde para Ojulari en el otro lado del borde de los Gigantes? [00:09:18:10] Bueno, creo que es una gran pregunta. Creo que el propio Thibodeaux es el jugador con más talento. Y por eso creo que aunque Thibodeaux es más un tipo de velocidad [00:09:30:00] de la misma manera que Ojulari es un tipo de velocidad, creo que tiene demasiado talento como para decir una pequeña preferencia. No lo querríamos por encima de otro tipo. Así que sigo pensando que Thibodeaux debería ser su mejor corredor de borde general, aunque tenga un perfil de velocidad similar al de Ojulari. Creo que Ojulari se inclina un poco más hacia la velocidad que Thibodeau es un tipo polivalente, pero si quisieran ser un poco diferentes, como Wink Martindale al entrar, podría hacer las cosas de otra manera. Podría tener a un corredor de velocidad en Ojulari [00:10:00:00] en un lado, que es más un linebacker exterior de pie, y luego más un corredor de borde de cinco tecnologías de mano dura en la tierra en el otro lado, si quiere eso, oh, es difícil ir en contra de Jermaine Johnson. Es decir, su cinta era fantástica en Florida State como tipo que jugaba muy bien con la mano en la tierra. Es muy fuerte en la línea de golpeo, muy fuerte, defiende en la carrera. Tiene manos grandes y poderosas. Y, como vimos en la Senior Bowl de Mobile, Alabama, en enero, cuando le dejas ser un corredor de pases, lo que parece [00:10:30:00] que Florida State no hizo mucho, puede brillar para ti. También puede jugar muy bien en ese aspecto. Así que, en términos de ajuste, me encantaría la idea de Jermaine Johnson, pero no dejes que la división de los pelos te impida elegir a un Kayvon Thibodeaux con más talento. Creo que esa es la forma en que lo vería para los Gigantes. [00:10:48:11] Sí. Vamos a ver qué va a caer al número cinco, porque tenemos cuatro picks por delante. Pero será realmente interesante este draft, porque es muy profundo, como hemos hablado antes también en los tackles. Trevor [00:11:00:00] ¿qué crees que es lo mejor para 100 Thomas que tuvo dos años cuatro para desarrollarse un poco más porque en los dos primeros años fue un poco difícil para él en la NFL. Pero crees que si elegimos a Emmanuel o elegimos a un esquinero, crees que tenemos que mover a Tom Thomas a la derecha o el que viene a la NFL, el nuevo que viene tiene que estar en este lado derecho de la línea O de los Gigantes. [00:11:27:17] Bueno, creo que ya sabes, creo que los Giants [00:11:30:00] están en una buena situación con el tackle ofensivo si quieren elegir a uno de esos tres tipos principales porque tienes a Andrew Thomas como tackle izquierdo allí. Y si eliges a un tipo como Ikey Sanu o Evan Neal, ya han jugado como tackle derecho, así que lo tienen grabado. Al principio de sus carreras, jugaron en el puesto de tackle derecho. Así que ya tienen eso como prueba de que saben hacerlo, de que han pasado algún tiempo en él. El tackle derecho Charles Cross es el único de los tres que no tiene esa experiencia en cinta [00:12:00:00] en el puesto de tackle derecho, pero estuvo haciendo diferentes ejercicios como tackle derecho durante el proceso del draft. Es cuando ha estado trabajando con los equipos de la NFL. También lo hizo en su día profesional. Así que sabe muy bien que eso también podría estar en las cartas para él. En lo que respecta a los Giants, creo que los tres podrían encajar muy bien en ellos. Sé que a los Gigantes también les gusta bastante Charles Cross después de hablar con Pat Leonard al respecto. [00:12:21:15] Así que creo que todos encajarían. Sólo depende de lo que quieran que sea su ataque. ¿Quieren ser más [00:12:30:00] un equipo que corra, que se enfrente a la tierra y a los golpes? ¿Porque eso es lo que hacen? Yo te diría que quieres ir con la igualdad o incluso arrodillarte porque esos chicos son muy fuertes. Son tan buenos modeladores en el juego de carrera. Pero si quieren repartir las cosas un poco más, si Brian Daboll, el entrenador jefe de allí, quiere tener más receptores en el campo, más delgados a lo largo de las trincheras y más repartidos en el campo, tal vez vayas con un tipo como Charles Cross, que jugó en ese sistema pesado de pases air raid con [00:13:00:00] Mike Leach en Mississippi State. Así que creo que las tres opciones podrían ser estupendas para ellos. Creo que este draft les viene muy, muy bien a los Gigantes de Nueva York, ya que pueden conseguir un jugador que les va a gustar mucho, independientemente del estilo en el que quieran construir y de cómo quieran mejorar. : [00:13:15:15] Sí, eso es cierto. En ese lugar, siempre tienes un jugador que te gusta en el caso, Trevor, de que los Giants hagan un trade down como el año pasado cuando elegimos a un chico. Tony precisamente un jugador de tus caimanes [00:13:30:00] cuando empiezas, podemos hablar más tarde de Kadarius, pero con este trade down, ¿qué crees que tienen los Giants para ir más allá, otra posición, tal vez ir con un centro como Linder. Bowen sé que te gusta mucho. Linder. Bowen Nosotros. He visto en todos tus prospectos y en todos tus simulacros de draft un jugador al que das una muy buena valoración. Pero para ti, lo que tienen que hacer los Gigantes con ese trade down. [00:13:55:04] Sí, es decir, es interesante porque todo depende, obviamente, de dónde comercien hacia abajo, ¿verdad? Es decir, depende [00:14:00:00] de quién sea su socio. Pero lo que se dice ahora es que los Santos de Nueva Orleans negociaron con las Águilas de Filadelfia para conseguir la elección número 16 y 19, y lo hicieron para poder ascender. Y si quieren subir bastante en el draft, me han dicho que su objetivo es uno de esos tres mejores tackles ofensivos de los que acabamos de hablar o quizá un quarterback. Tienen que acercarse al número cinco si quieren una de esas opciones. Así que existe una posibilidad realista de que los Saints ofrezcan los números 16 y 19 a los Giants por el número cinco. Eso significa que elegirían tres veces. Y si eligen un poco más tarde, creo que la línea ofensiva interior podría entrar en juego. Creo que Leonard Bohm tiene sentido para ellos. Y luego la esquina es la otra posición. No hemos hablado de ello como opciones en el cinco y el siete, pero creo que también les gusta mucho Source Garner, el cornerback de Cincinnati. Así que creo que podría estar en el tablero para ellos. Si se mueven hacia abajo hasta el 16 o el 19 o incluso en algún lugar dentro de ese rango, no importa dónde estén los esquineros que podrían estar en el tablero. A Trent McDuffie [00:15:00:00] Si te parece bien un esquinero más pequeño, pero creo que podrían optar por la mayor longitud de un tipo como un Andrew Booth, un chi year. Elam Uno de esos dos chicos creo que probablemente sería de su gusto un poco más, especialmente hablando de cómo ya tienen a Dorie Jackson y Darnay Holmes, que son esquinas más pequeñas y rápidas que sólo te gustan que es una especie de jugador híbrido de esquina de seguridad. Así que creo que probablemente se decantarían por un tipo más largo, como un Andrew Booth o Kyrie Elam, si se centraran en un esquinero en un intercambio perfecto. [00:15:29:18] En los dos [00:15:30:00] años consecutivos, los Gigantes hacen un robo en la segunda ronda con Ojulari con McKinney en el segundo día. Trevor ¿Cuál es el jugador que crees que los Gigantes pueden apuntar en esta segunda ronda y que podría ser un robo para ti en tu opinión, en tu tablero del draft? [00:15:45:24] Sí, creo que harían bien en buscar un edge rusher porque el grupo de Edge Rusher es más profundo este año de lo que normalmente es. Normalmente, cuando se habla de conseguir un buen edge rusher que mencionas, los Giants definitivamente consiguieron un robo con Ojulari en la segunda ronda. Eso no ocurre [00:16:00:00] a menudo. Y creo que hay una posibilidad de que si miran la parte superior del draft, digamos que no cambian hacia abajo y sólo están con el cinco y el siete, digamos que van a icky a o digamos que van. Evan Neal en el número cinco y la fuente Garner la esquina en el número siete. Entonces, en la parte superior de la segunda ronda, podrían conseguir a alguien como B.J. Maffei, el edge rusher de Minnesota, Arnold Picard, el edge rusher de Penn State. Si quieren otro pasador más pequeño [00:16:30:00], sé que Nick Benito está, está subiendo con un buen bombo. Kingsley Enock, Barry Magic. Sanders Y por eso estoy nombrando ahora a un montón de chicos que podrían ser opciones para ellos. Camp Thomas, de San Diego State, es más o menos lo mismo. Son un montón de edge rushers que podrían tener la oportunidad de elegir. Así que si Joe Shane está construyendo esta estrategia de reclutamiento general, quizás piense que podría conseguir un buen corredor de borde en algún lugar de la segunda ronda y así reunir una clase completa. Y así [00:17:00:00] es probablemente donde yo diría que esa posición destaca más. Para mí como una que podría ser impactante. Una para los Gigantes, como la que consiguieron hace un año en Ojulari. Rubén 🗽 NY, [09/04/2022 16:48] [00:17:11:11] Absolutamente terrible. Además, en la posición de tight end los Giants tuvieron la salida de Ingram. Además, Rudolph también estuvo muy bien. Creo que es una clase de titanes realmente interesante. Pero Trevor, para ti, ¿qué crees que los Gigantes tienen como objetivo la posición de tight end en segunda, tercera ronda? [00:17:30:00] ¿Qué es para ti? ¿El ajuste perfecto para el gran azul? [00:17:34:05] Sí. Es decir, ya sabes, los tipos de la parte superior que me encantaría ver con los Giants, ya sabes, tipos como Greg Olczyk o Trey McBride o Isaiah como Lee Jeremy Rucker o cualquiera de esos tipos, creo que podrían ser incorporaciones realmente buenas para ellos. Ahora bien, ¿creo que alguno de esos chicos es un verdadero tight end? Tal vez no, pero creo que McBride y Jeremy Rucker hacen un montón de cosas buenas para ti como extremos estrechos polivalentes con los que puedes jugar en la línea de golpeo, y que puedes flexionar hacia fuera en [00:18:00:00] la ranura también. Hacen muchas cosas así. Si quieres más bien un tipo de recepción pura, es probable que Isaiah o Goal. Esos serán probablemente tu taza de té, si quieres. Así que creo que la clase de tight end, obviamente, está recibiendo una mala reputación ahora mismo. La gente dice que no es una gran clase de ala cerrada. Y estoy de acuerdo. Ciertamente, cuando se sale de un año en el que un tipo como Kyle Pitts está ahí o, ya sabes, hace años en la clase de Evan Ingram, cuando vimos a Ingram y David Njoku y O.J. Howard estar todos en la primera ronda, no es esa clase de tight end, pero [00:18:30:00] va a haber piezas realmente buenas de tight end para que los equipos las elijan. Y para los Giants, de nuevo, es casi lo mismo que la línea ofensiva. ¿Cómo quieren construirla ahora? Creo que sólo por escuchar a Joe Shane, probablemente querrá un poco más de físico en el tight end. Así que yo me inclinaría por tipos como Trey McBride, Jeremy Rucker, dependiendo de si se da con ese punto dulce, tomándolos en algún lugar de la tercera ronda, quizá en la cuarta. Pero creo que alrededor de esas rondas medias, ése es probablemente el punto dulce para los Gigantes si quieren añadir un tight end. [00:19:00:00] [00:19:00:03] ¿Crees que Trey Mcbride puede llegar a la tercera ronda? [00:19:03:04] Yo, yo creo que hay una posibilidad. Sabes, me gusta mucho McBride. Creo que es muy bueno. Pero, ya sabes, hay algunas personas a las que he oído en la NFL que dicen, como, sí, como que es bueno, como que está bien. Y para mí, si dices eso sobre un tight end, quizá sea a finales de la segunda ronda, principios de la tercera, donde pensamos que podría salir del tablero. Tal vez me sorprenda. A lo grande. Y se va a principios de la segunda ronda porque creo que eso sería realmente genial para él, porque además es un gran tipo. He podido sentarme y entrevistarle [00:19:30:00] y hablar con él y es agradable. Es un gran joven. Así que me encantaría que saliera pronto, en la segunda ronda. No parece que haya tanta expectación por la clase de tight end. Pero ya veremos. [00:19:40:13] Vale. También, bueno, hemos hablado antes de Kadarius Toney, ya sabes, bien, muy bien él porque estaba jugando para los Gators. Pero ves, tal vez el segundo año después de todos estos años de experiencia con los Gigantes, tuvo un poco de problemas de lesiones y no tuvo un primer año correctamente. Pero ves tal vez [00:20:00:00] la capacidad y en la ofensiva de Mike Kafka utilizando adecuadamente a Kadarius y siendo una pieza importante para este New York Giants. [00:20:08:13] Creo que va a ser un arma ofensiva fantástica para ellos. Y mientras Kadarius Toney esté sano, es uno de los mejores atletas en cualquier campo de fútbol americano en el que esté. Es simplemente único. Y sé que los fans de los Giants lo saben bien. Ya sabes, después de aquel partido de 200 yardas contra los Cowboys o lo que fuera, en el que a veces parecía invencible. Y eso es lo que puedes conseguir de él. Ese es el tipo de jugador [00:20:30:00] que ejecuta esas extrañas y locas rutas y retuerce su cuerpo tan rápidamente que casi piensas que no es posible. Y, ya sabes, sabía que iba a ser una curva de aprendizaje para él al entrar en la NFL, porque creo que en la universidad, no es que no trabajara en su arte como receptor, sino que le dijeron que saliera y fuera un atleta mejor que los demás. Por eso no se le dio tanta importancia en la ofensiva como al principio de su carrera. Así que sabía que eso iba a ser un poco de trabajo en progreso. Pero hemos visto [00:21:00:00] a Brian Daboll ser creativo con los atletas antes de lo que tenía en Buffalo. Espero que esa sea la misma mentalidad con lo que tienen con Kadarius Toney. Así que, mientras se mantenga sano, creo que puede ser un gran desajuste para casi cualquier equipo de la NFL por lo singular de su atletismo. Es muy divertido de ver. [00:21:18:16] Sí, recuerdo que el año pasado P.F. hablaba muy bien de él. Era el jugador más dinámico. No, creo que Mike Reynolds dijo eso. No sobre él. [00:21:28:07] Sí. No, lo dijo él. Lo dijo. Y [00:21:30:00] sé que Mike era un gran fan. Y cualquiera que viera lo mejor de Kadarius Toney, por así decirlo, sabía que este tipo podía ser algo especial. Así que espero que lo mejor esté delante de él, seguro. [00:21:41:18] Entonces, si eres Joe Shane, ¿no vas a ir a por un receptor abierto? No. En este draft, probablemente. [00:21:48:15] No, ciertamente no en el cinco o en el siete. No. Y, ya sabes, he dicho esto en un par de programas en los que voy que cualquier equipo de cualquier año podría estar [00:22:00:00] en la línea de elegir a un receptor abierto sólo porque, especialmente, si lo estás repartiendo un poco más. Si quieres ir más a conjuntos de tres receptores anchos para conjuntos de receptores anchos, cuanto mejores receptores anchos tengas, más efectivo vas a poder hacerlo. Así que sí, creo que cuando miras la tabla de profundidad de los Giants y los receptores que tienen ahora, tienen a Kenny Golladay, tienen a Kadarius Toney, todavía tienen a Sterling Shepard, todavía tienen a Darius Slayton. Me sorprendería que utilizaran una selección temprana. Así que yo diría que una elección entre las 50 primeras en un receptor. [00:22:30:00] Pero quién sabe, tal vez en las rondas intermedias, si les cae un chico que realmente les gusta y que creen que pueden preparar y tal vez tener como, como titular un día, apretarán el gatillo porque creo que muchos equipos están en esa situación. [00:22:40:25] Por supuesto. Entonces, Trevor, ¿irás a Las Vegas para cubrir el draft? [00:22:45:25] No, en realidad, estaremos en estaremos en Cincinnati, Ohio. Esa es la sede de FS. Allí es donde están nuestros estudios. Así que haremos nuestro programa en directo los tres días y el cuarto día también será en directo el domingo. Así que recapitulando todo. [00:23:00:00] Así que ahí es donde estaré para ello. [00:23:01:29] Perfecto. Así que te seguiremos muy de cerca. Trevor. Trevor, sabemos que no tienes mucho tiempo, y es una bendición que pases por aquí esta noche. Gigantes para todos los fans españoles e hispanos. Y muchas gracias, tío. Ha sido un placer. [00:23:17:02] Os agradezco mucho que me tengáis en el programa. Aprecio a todos los que escuchan tu programa, a los que se interesan por el fútbol y todo lo demás. Me ayuda. Obviamente. Me encanta, tío. Me encanta cuando un montón de gente diferente de [00:23:30:00] un montón de orígenes diferentes reciben el amor y la atención y se centran en el juego del fútbol también. Me encanta escuchar esas cosas. Así que cuando me pedisteis que viniera, fue una obviedad. Te agradezco que me hayas dedicado tiempo. [00:23:38:22] Algunas palabras en español porque eres de Florida. [00:23:41:08] Oh, tío. Verás, yo. Soy malo en esto porque como sé sé cómo decir, como, holla, soy Buenos Díaz y como, todo sé cómo decir todas esas cosas. Pero es curioso porque mi padre tenía un negocio de jardinería cuando yo era mayor. Y entonces durante los veranos trabajaba para la empresa de jardinería y todo eso. [00:24:00:00] Y muchos de los chicos que formaban parte de mi equipo sólo hablaban español y yo debería haber aprendido mejor el español, pero ha pasado tanto tiempo desde entonces que puede que lo haya perdido un poco, así que puede que tenga que repasarlo. [00:24:10:20] Así que muchas gracias. Muchas gracias. Y la mejor de las suertes para tu carrera en BFA. Y espero que hayas cubierto un borrador increíble para todos vosotros. [00:24:19:24] Te lo agradezco. Muchas gracias por recibirme. [00:24:22:08] Adiós. SUSCRÍBETE A TU CANAL DE GIANTS EN ESPAÑOL!!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9MU... 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Triple Coverage #379: A legjobb edge rusher prospectek

Triple Coverage

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 83:27


Az elkapók után a class másik legjobb és legmélyebb posztjával folytatjuk a sorozatunk, ezek pedig a pass rusherek, akik közül elképzelhető, hogy hárman kimennek a top3-4-ben.  Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan – 01:40 Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon – 10:30 Travon Walker, Georgia – 20:10 Jermaine Johnson, Florida State – 27:25 George Karlaftis, Purdue – 32:30 David Ojabo, Michigan – 39:25 Boye Mafe, Minnesota – 45:15 Arnold Ebiketie, Penn State – 50:30 Drake Jackson, USC – 53:50 Nik Bonitto, Oklahoma – 57:40 Kingsley Enagbare, South Carolina – 1:00:50 Sam Williams, Ole Miss – 1:04:10 Cameron Thomas, San Diego State – 1:07:05 Alex Wright, UAB – 1:10:25 Miyai Sanders, Cincinnati – 1:12:55 Josh Paschal, Kentucky – 1:16:05

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Innocent Rap

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 37:30


Hour 3 of Monday's A&G: Bill Maher defends comedians, comedy, and says college campuses are killing the art. A San Diego State professor pushes back against their firing for some strong language they used. Jussie Smollett is a free man and is wrapping for his innocence.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
Innocent Rap

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 37:30


Hour 3 of Monday's A&G: Bill Maher defends comedians, comedy, and says college campuses are killing the art. A San Diego State professor pushes back against their firing for some strong language they used. Jussie Smollett is a free man and is wrapping for his innocence.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong and Getty
Innocent Rap

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 37:34


Hour 3 of Monday's A&G: Bill Maher defends comedians, comedy, and says college campuses are killing the art. A San Diego State professor pushes back against their firing for some strong language they used. Jussie Smollett is a free man and is wrapping for his innocence. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In The Circle
College Softball's Red River Showdown, Another Wild Weekend and The Pac-12

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 114:04


It's Monday, and you know what that means! It's a brand new edition of In The Circle, and Victor Anderson is running the show (and making sure he's legal with the hosting position). We preview the upcoming Red River Showdown with Texas Softball play-by-play voice Andrew Haynes. He chats with Vic about the Longhorns' recent hot streak, the addition of Hailey Dolcini, what Texas needs to do to pull the upset, and their impending move to the SEC.    Eric Lopez and Justin McLeod from Extra Innings Softball join Victor to recap a wild weekend, including a breakdown of Sunday's action between Virginia Tech and Florida State. They also recap San Diego State's big Mountain West victory, a possible new leader in the West Coast Conference, Stanford's season-defining victory, and much more. Also, Eric mentions the one thing that might be holding back the Pac-12, and it has nothing to do with anything on the field. 

Hope & Rauf presented by Heat Check CBB
2022 NCAA Basketball offseason preview, Darrion Trammell Interview

Hope & Rauf presented by Heat Check CBB

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 60:42


Hope & Rauf presented by Heat Check CBB: Connor and Brian are back to recap the Final Four and preview the upcoming NCAA Basketball offseason.What was the vibe like in New Orleans? The duo gives their lasting impression from the Final Four before discussing where this Kansas team ranks all time and how this title impacts Bill Self's legacy.Then Connor and Brian dive into the offseason, breaking down the latest coaching hires and the top players available in the transfer portal. They are then joined by new San Diego State point guard Darrion Trammell, who transferred to the Aztecs after spending the last two seasons with Seattle.All this and more in the latest episode of Hope & Rauf presented by Heat Check CBB!

Locked On NFL Draft
Derek Stingley and Cameron Thomas Pro Day Reaction. Drake London's Pro Day Pushed Back

Locked On NFL Draft

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 30:46


Derek Stingley Jr tested well in his first live action since opting out of his junior season due to a foot injury. Did his solid pro day answer questions and solidify himself as a top 15 draft pick? What teams are potential landing spots for Stingley? San Diego State's defensive end Cameron Thomas had his pro day and throws his name in the ring of potential first round picks and Drake London's much anticipated pro day is pushed back until mid April. How do the guys feel about him and where will he be drafted? Title Sponsor- BetOnline Today's Episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Today's episode is brought to you by Rock Auto. Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NFLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
Beating Cancer—Tiffany Hecklinski wife of SDSU OC Jeff Hecklinski, Story of Victory

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 45:22


Tiffany Hecklinksi, wife of San Diego State offensive coordinator Jeff Hecklinski, stepped into the Sons of Montezuma Podcast to share her truly heartfelt story of cancer survival. It's been ten years since Tiffany's diagnosis that changed the Hecklinski family forever. After spreading portions of her interview all throughout the month of March, being the official colorectal cancer month of awareness, we have here today the full audio interview. Please give a listen, reflect, and share this episode with as many people as possible. You could be the real difference in saving a life.

LivingwithLilly
Root Rot

LivingwithLilly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 29:06


Welcome back!Lilly is wrapping up her relaxing spring break by coming on and giving everyone a school update followed by some deep-rooted questions. The title of today's episode should be read as ironic. She has been wondering what it is that is killing her plants, possibly root rot. But also questioning why she feels the need to update those around her, maybe a bit too much.  Maybe a dramatic, but interesting connection that was made was that the lack of keeping her plants alive may not be her fault. And her issues of anxiety may not all be her parent's fault either. 

The Reno Slant
197: Nevada vs San Diego State baseball preview, Nate Cox vs Shane Illingworth, Final Four picks

The Reno Slant

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 55:00


Nevada dropped two of three at Missouri State and fell twice to No. 2 Oregon State (10:10). The guys return to Mountain West play this weekend with SDSU rolling into Peccole — two things to know and predictions (18:29). For slants, the Shoup brothers look at the Nate Cox vs Shane Illingworth QB battle (26:08), discuss traveling alone (32:44), and give out NCAA hoops title picks (42:38).  To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
SDSU 2022 Spring Game Recap with KUSI Reporter Brandon Stone

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 51:43


KUSI TV reporter Brandon Stone covered the SDSU 2022 Spring Game last week and he joins the Sons of Montezuma Podcast to recap it all. The SDSU alumnus has his finger on the pulse of all San Diego sports but especially the local high school and SDSU football scene. Listen as he gives his insights from the sidelines of the big Spring Game and how SDSU is further building connections to the San Diego community.

Locked On Texas Tech - Daily Podcast on Texas Tech Red Raiders Football & Basketball
Chibuzo Agbo is the latest Red Raider to hit the transfer portal

Locked On Texas Tech - Daily Podcast on Texas Tech Red Raiders Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 38:15


It's an emotional day for Texas Tech fans, as Chibuzo Agbo will enter the transfer portal. We discuss his decision and why San Diego State feels like the number one option. We also discuss what Mark Adams' biggest needs at this point may be, Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mornings with Coach On Demand
Bud Black joins the show to give a tribune to Jim Dietz

Mornings with Coach On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 45:33


John Kentera starts off hour 2 of the show talking about what Matt Beaty brings to the San Diego Padres and if the Padres can fill the void of Drew Pomeranz while he is on the 60-day IL. Later on, Coach and Braden talk a quick preview of the Final Four. Finally, Colorado Rockies Manager Bud Black, who played collegiately at San Diego State, joins the show to talk about the legacy of Jim Dietz.

Scrambling with Dylan Otto
Episode 77: Tommy Stephenson (San Diego State Commit)

Scrambling with Dylan Otto

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 85:41


This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features San Diego State commit Tommy Stephenson.  Tommy goes in depth on what kind of golfer he was from a young age to what his junior golf days were like playing in different junior tournaments and the U.S. Junior Am.  Stephenson started his college career playing at Fresno State University where he's had a good amount of success and has recently made the decision to transfer to San Diego State University in the coming semesters.  Stephenson is passionate about playing the best golf he possibly can and he's looking forward to starting his career as an Aztec so that he can get his game to the next level!  Enjoy the show!

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
Donnel Pumphrey: Rushing, Reality, and Reflections with a College Football Legend

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 61:41


Today is perhaps our finest hour here at the Sons of Montezuma Podcast. We got the G.O.A.T. and that is an undisputed FACT. Donnel Pumphrey the NCAA All-Time leading rusher joins the show. Several years removed from his time at San Diego State, Donnel peels back the layers on his football journey. From his high school experiences, to the NFL, and why now he's decided to take on coaching. Donnel speaks just as he played, fearless! Definitely an episode you won't want to miss!

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Brian Noe & Ephraim Salaam On Michigan's Win & Deshaun Watson Cash

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 134:08


Noe and Salaam start with Ephraim in mourning over San Diego State and talk upsets/"mid majors" along with great player stories from the Tourney. Watson to the Browns...how did they slide back into the picture and get the deal done? The Colts have better Super Bowl odds than the Raiders? Ephraim debates Russ Wilson vs, Derek Carr with Danny G. and they discuss the importance of new Raider Davante Adams. Is defense what's gonna be the difference in the stacked AFC West? Mayfield vs. Ryan...Noe talks maturity. The fellas argue over the Watson fully guaranteed money from the Browns, they don't agree on the precedent it may or may not set. Ephraim reviews the new Batman film and they talk Seattle dropping the ball on Wagner. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

You Better You Bet
Phenomenal Friday Intro (3/18): Mountain West Voodoo

You Better You Bet

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 20:46


Nick Kostos & Ken Barkley open up Friday's show reflecting on last night's March Madness bets. Nick's San Diego State rant is a must listen! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SportsBeat KC
SportsBeat KC: Kansas Jayhawks' next NCAA tourney opponent is Creighton... and Kentucky

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 34:00


The first day of the NCAA Tournament produced four victories by double-digit seeds, including the shocker: No. 15 seed St. Peter's over Kentucky. Kansas avoided any such upset. The top-seeded Jayhawks rolled past Texas Southern. Now KU faces a second-round task against Creighton, which defeated San Diego State in overtime Thursday. In this episode of SportsBeat KC, The Star's sports podcast, KU beat writers Jesse Newell and Gary Bedore discuss Kansas' prospects in Round 2. Also, there's the matter of college basketball's all-time victories list. The Jayhawks entered the tournament two wins behind first-place Kentucky. The Wildcats' loss opens the door for KU to tie Kentucky with a win Saturday. Hear what Jesse and Gary have to say about that race. Story links: No. 1 seed Kansas Jayhawks easily win NCAA Tournament opener. Up next: Creighton Kentucky upset means Kansas Jayhawks can catch Wildcats on college basketball wins list Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Buzzer Beats Podcast
Beats 3/18/2022 - Davante Adams Traded to Raiders, NCAA Tournament Underway

The Buzzer Beats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 6:10


Harris Rubenstein covers the sports news of the day in the Buzzer Beats, as Davante Adams is traded to the Las Vegas Raiders, Deshaun Watson narrows his decision to between the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints, and US State Department officials are still looking for access to Brittney Griner, who remains detained in Russia. Harris also recaps all the upsets and big moments from the first round of the 2022 NCAA Tournament and looks ahead to Friday's action in the men's and women's tournaments, along with a matchup between NBA MVP contenders with Luka Doncic and the Mavs taking on Joel Embiid and the Sixers. Follow Harris on Twitter @sportstein, and join along with Buzzer Beats @buzzerbeats, and Buzzer @buzzer.Produced by Jared Moore (@MrJaredMoore) & Brian Roytman (@roytsounds).Music by Royt (@roytsounds).Presented by Buzzer. Download Buzzer wherever you get your apps. Follow your favorite players and teams. We'll send you notifications when the game gets exciting so you can tune in and never miss a moment.

Weber State Weekly
SOFTBALL: Rakin' Ri-Ri: Senior P Arissa Henderson

Weber State Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 49:02


Weber State added another pitcher of the year from the transfer portal, brining the WCC's 2019 award winner in Arissa Henderson. We'll chat with her about her journey up to Weber State from Provo and how things are going in O-Town.The long road trip to California came to an end this weekend in San Diego, with the Wildcats facing San Diego State, Cal State-Northridge and host University of San Diego. We'll talk through highlights from the weekend and what they might mean for the home opening week in Utah.Then, we're rolling out Waldo's Magic Eight Ball. What might the future hold now that the 20-6 Wildcats are finally bringing it home for some conference play? We'll find out.Special thanks to our sponsor, Studio NINE 8. Check out their selection of custom made rings on their website, StudioNINE8.com. Made by Wildcats, for Wildcats.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
Permanent Daylight, Save the Plaza, Stealing Gas in KC, KU Gets Opponent, Lee Sterling Picks

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 49:55


   It's well known here how much I love long summer evenings, now we get the shocker that the Senate votes unanimous to keep us on Daylight Time 365 days a year.  Count me in!    There's a battle between developers for the Country Club Plaza.  As retail craters, it's time to rethink our local treasure and make sure the fading Plaza remains glorious for generations to come.    Officials in Independence and Overland Park say there's a new crime taking place in their communities.  Stealing gas.  You won't believe how people are doing it.    KU gets an opponent for Thursday night, it's Texas Southern.  But the real game to watch Thursday is San Diego State and Creighton as one of them will be ready to go Saturday.    And Lee Sterling of www.paramountsports.com is back with a little help for you filling out your bracket and offering up a pair of his best first round point spread picks absolutely free.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Favorites - March Madness First Round Betting Guide PART 1 | The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 46:04


March Madness is here! To celebrate, Action Network's own Chad Millman and pro gambler Simon Hunter go through every game in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with the help of their colleague BJ Cunningham. In this episode, they go game-by-game through the Thursday slate, touching on every matchup from a betting perspective in order of tip-off time. Is Colorado State live? Is Baylor worth fading? And how confident should gamblers feel about San Diego State? All this and more, followed by our Part 2 episode giving all of Friday's games the same treatment. So sit back, listen up and enjoy the Madness! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins
Episode 36 - March Madness Preview

The Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 67:34


On the latest episode of the Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are getting ready for March Madness! They break down some of their favorite teams, their favorite players and what they think of their Kentucky Wildcats for the NCAA Tournament. 1:00 - Rex talks about his new show for CNN and what everyone has in store for when Rex goes Big Time! 5:00 - It's Rex-a-tology! What are some of Rex Chapman's insights on the upcoming NCAA Tournament? 8:00 - EAST: If Baylor wants to repeat as NCAA Tournament Champions, they have to get through Kentucky in the East region. Just because Baylor has been banged up this year, it doesn't mean they aren't a scary team to make another run. UCLA is as dangerous now as they've been all season long, getting healthy at the right time while building off their Final Four run from last year. 15:00 - WEST: Is this the year Gonzaga finally wins the National Championship? What type of impact does Chet Holmgren provide for this team compared to the Jalen Suggs led team from last year? 25:00 - MIDWEST: After watching Kansas get blown out by Kentucky during this season, Rex is confident they don't get out of the bracket. They might even struggle against San Diego State or Creighton, no matter who wins that 8/9 matchup. Wisconsin and Providence both could make it out as long as they can control the style of games they play in. Wisconsin wants to slow down games as much as possible. Rex gives you his favorite matchup of the entire first round. 38:00 - SOUTH: Rex's pick to win the NCAA Tournament, Arizona, only goes all the way with a healthy Kerr Kriisa, who has been erratic, but has also opened up the rest of that offense with legitimate NBA players like Bennedict Mathurian. Who are the teams that could break Rex's bracket? It begins with Villanova and Tennessee, who were criminally under-seeded. 51:30 - While it's easy to go chalk with your brackets, in a year with so much uncertainty about who the best team is, you have to keep your eyes on a handful of upsets. The true joy to March Madness is the unknown of what happens when the lights are on, when for a majority of these players, could be the last basketball game they ever play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
March Madness First Round Betting Guide PART 1 | The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 46:04


March Madness is here! To celebrate, Action Network's own Chad Millman and pro gambler Simon Hunter go through every game in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with the help of their colleague BJ Cunningham. In this episode, they go game-by-game through the Thursday slate, touching on every matchup from a betting perspective in order of tip-off time. Is Colorado State live? Is Baylor worth fading? And how confident should gamblers feel about San Diego State? All this and more, followed by our Part 2 episode giving all of Friday's games the same treatment. So sit back, listen up and enjoy the Madness! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sharp & Benning
March 14 Seg 11 San Diego State Alumni

Sharp & Benning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 6:14


March 14 Seg 11 San Diego State Alumni

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast
6am Hour - Waiting For Preller To Do Something...

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 42:33


Ben & Woods start Monday's show going through all of the free agency moves in Major League Baseball as we wait for AJ Preller and the Padres to get into the mix. Plus, the brackets are out and 8th seeded San Diego State now has their sights set on #9 Creighton. Listen here!