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5:03 - The Monologue: When announcing Omicron Variant Plan, Biden slurs his words yet again.The Interview: National Police Association (NPA) attorney James L. Buchal on the supportive amicus curie to a Pierce County case alleging lack of staff and resources lead to the death of a deputy. The Monologue: QAnon gathering being led by Federal Way man who is waiting for JFK to come. The Interview: Henry Bridger, leader of the Recall Sawant campaign, says they think they'll win. LongForm: Andrea Suarez (We Heart Seattle) and Tracy Belaire (formerly homeless) on why their approach is doing what Seattle isn't in helping the homeless. The Quick Hit: Whoopie Goldberg gets worked up over SCOTUS. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Trending: Arson is up in Tacoma, and Seattle thieves get creative using a cellphone. WSU amplifies claim that farmer's markets, food charity are ‘white supremacy' in action. Seattle hopes new ideas will help clear crowded animal shelter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Each week, Rob "Stats" Guerrera and Levin Black give you the hot takes and cold truth about everything happening with the 49ers. Are 49ers fans too confident going into Seattle this week? How the 49ers can turn the Seahawks own fans against them One area of the team that has to improve moving forward What people are missing about the absence of Deebo Samuel Levin's undying hatred of Josh Norman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In honor of Aaron Rodgers' 38th birthday, the Get Up crew debates who they trust more in the NFC: Rodgers and the Packers or Tom Brady and the Bucs? The Patriots and Bills square off in Week 13's edition of Monday Night Football. Patriots reporter Mike Reiss joins the show to report on how Mac Jones is preparing for the hostile environment in Buffalo. Is he the most important thing to watch in this huge divisional game though? Plus, Russell Wilson's time in Seattle may be coming to an end as early as next season. Could a move to New York be in his future? Can he return to the Russell Wilson of old?
Thursday Night Football, Cowboys vs Saints: Mike McCarthy is out due to COVID along with other members of the staff and roster. Amari Cooper should be back, but will he be missing a step after missing 2 weeks? Taysom Hill is also set to start as of now, pending any injuries or rapport from Sean Payton. Seattle Seahawks: With a very disappointing season thus far, Coach Pete Carroll brought in veteran running back Adrian Peterson. What kind of usage could Adrian see in Seattle? Will this be any impactful to the lackluster Seattle offense?
Chris Chats with an array of gangbang enthusiasts including porn performer and filmmaker Jamie Wolf and a female listener who had a spontaneous 15-man gangbang at Hawks PDX after hearing about their bi nights from episode 39 of this show. Other guests include a 66-year-old swinger who is having the best orgasms of his life, a female gangbang enthusiast with the goal of “playing” with someone from every country on Earth, and a bisexual crossdresser who has experienced gangbangs as a giver as well as a receiver. Check out all of Jamie Wolf's links here. For more Moneek Listen to the episode of Kinky Cocktail Hour mentioned on the show. And visit The Center for Sex Positive Culture the next time you are in Seattle. Shortly after this episode was completed Jamie Wolf clarified that he is okay going raw during a gangbang if and only if all other participants can provide proof of recent STI testing. In a previous episode Chris teased Debbie's upcoming appearance and said that her bathhouse romp featured 10 men instead of 15. Our sincerest apologies go out to Debbie, her family, and the fine people of Portland. Support the show through our Amazon Wishlist, Paypal via the Donate icon at sexwithstrangersshow.com or Venmo Chris @chris-sowa-2. You can also support the show by purchasing sex toys at kinkortoys.com Use promo code SWS for 20% off! Always feel free to email Chris about anything at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also tweet at him: twitter.com/sexwithchris. Find him on Snapchat: ChrisSowa. Instagram: chrisinamerica and Fetlife: Chris Sowa. Visit sexwithstrangersshow.com if the links in these show notes are not compatible with your podcast platform. Thanks for listening!
The Seattle Seahawks continue to lose, but they lost in a way this week that gave us hope in the end that they could pull out the win. Ultimately, there were too many mistakes by the offense, and it was another performance by the defense that allowed their opponent to work their way down the field with relative ease. The 17-15 loss to the Washington Football Team sends the Seahawks to 3-8 and just one loss from a losing season with six games left. Pete Carroll had some commentary after the game that has Adam thinking that the offense was turned over to Russell Wilson and Shane Waldron. But does Pete have the formula for how to ultimately play winning football with some of the shifts we've seen in the NFL? What about the idea of moving toward starting Geno Smith and what that would mean for Wilson's future? Next up on the schedule is the San Francisco 49ers and they're coming off wins over the Rams, Jaguars and Vikings. Can they continue their streak with a win in Seattle? Not only have they struggled against the Seahawks, they'll be without Deebo Samuel and Fred Warner. In the second half of the show we talk about how the playoff picture is shaping up and then work through our "lock" of the week. The NFL Gamepass app and a writer covering the Patriots need to do better, while Better at Life honors go to the features of NFL satellite radio and the players participating in the My Cause My Cleats program. 2021 Podcast Pick'em League Post 'Go Hawks' in the comments for the latest
Previewing the upcoming San Francisco 49ers matchup in Seattle with Corbin Smith, host of Locked On Seahawks. How did the Seahawks get to 3-8? Is the Russell Wilson era coming to an end? Biggest player vs player matchup and predictions for Week 13! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Week 12 is in the books and yep you guessed it, yet another weird week in the NFL!! This week the boys dive into Stafford and the Rams, Seattle imploding before our very eyes, the Penalty Bowl on Thanksgiving, Zach Wilsons brutal return, MLB free agency and much more!! We really hope you guys enjoy!! Don't forget to subscribe, follow, rate, like, review and most importantly spread the word!!! Follow us on: iTunes, Soundcloud, Spotify, Google Podcasts, IHeartRadio, Instagram @BrotherhoodofPodcasting, on Facebook @ facebook.com/brotherhoodofpodcasting Twitter: @BHPodcasting on Twitch: twitch/tv/flip_nation and TikTok FLIP_Nation_Twitch
On today's episode, Matt and Garrett discuss a very timely topic that Garrett brought up, and it's all about home prices, where they've been, where they are now, and where they may be headed. There's a lot of looking to past valuations going on out there, and our hosts are here today to share that it's time to throw off the baggage of past home prices, come to terms with current value of homes, and use these current valuations to make decisions in your real estate practice. Garrett kicks off the episode by telling a story of a client narrating a shocking valuation of a house in Seattle. He explains that home prices have drastically changed, and you need to let the baggage of how homes were priced in the past go and get with the times. Matt then describes the different perspectives of home pricing, laying out that as a guide, we should not confuse the home buyer with past valuations of homes. Together, they go on to offer a reminder of your fiduciary responsibility, caution about not breaching this responsibility by putting your need to be right about pricing ahead of the client's interest of purchasing or selling a home, and presenting information to your client objectively, detaching yourself from the outcome. Living in the past is not going to serve you well these days – it's time to rid yourself of that baggage, acknowledge where we're at now, and keep moving forward to further success. Join the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook where you share ideas, ask questions, and connect with other Ninjas. You can also leave a voicemail with your direct feedback at 208 MY-NINJA. And visit Ninja Selling Events for more information about upcoming open installations. Or if you're interested in taking your goals a step further, visit Ninja Coaching to check out all of our amazing coaches. Episode Highlights: Contrasting home prices today and in the past. Throwing out the baggage (beliefs and mindsets carried from historic home valuations). The different perspectives to thinking about the baggage. Our role, as guides, is to bring all the information and make sure the clients are making intelligent decisions. Your fiduciary responsibility to your clients. Breach of fiduciary Staying objective. A snapshot of the marketplace and the future of what could happen with pricing. How to have the pricing conversation with clients. How to help people in business stay in the moment when it comes to interest rates, pricing, and releasing that baggage. Letting go of the past baggage helps you negotiate better deals for your clients. Detaching yourself from the outcome and remaining objective with your clients. Quotes: "We do have to let the baggage of prior pricing and future pricing go so that we can work with what the pricing is today. What do we need to do to compete today?" "We control the process; they control the decisions." "A lot of times when we bring too much of our own stuff into it, we can get into that world of working in that decision side." "I don't think we need to forget the history of what's happened with marketplaces, but when it comes down to me being a guide for the people in this market right now, that information is not useful anymore." "You can negotiate better deals for your clients when you get rid of that baggage because you don't have a fog over your face." "I'm going to help them get this house. We're going to position them into a situation where that's going to make sure that they can be successful moving forward." "Staying detached from the outcome, acting as that guide, I think, is going to be the way to lay the foundation of staying out of that baggage mode and staying in the moment." "Stay focused on what your clients are saying and listen to what they're saying about their qualifications and their comfort level because that will also help you be in a protection mode if you need to be as well." "It's the subconscious stuff that comes out through little comments and little things that we kind of drop little easter eggs when having conversations with people." Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group
Mrs Doubtfire star, Jake Ryan Flynn recounts his nearly 5 years on the Broadway roller coaster in this week's LITTLE ME! Broadway teen Jake Ryan Flynn sits down with Broadway Workshop Director, Marc Tumminelli and talks about his journey with Mrs. Doubtfire from readings to Seattle to Broadway, performing in three previews before Broadway shut down in March of 2020, staying connected to the cast during the pandemic, and the incredible teaching moments he has experienced working alongside Rob McClure and Jerry Zaks. Jake also talks about making his Broadway debut in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what it was like working on John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch and performing “Grandma's Got a Boyfriend,” and his adventure in writing his own musical. Make sure to watch Jake in the film Cape Cod Christmas this December! Produced by Marc Tumminelli and The Broadway Podcast Network https://mrsdoubtfirebroadway.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dealing with numerous injuries in the backfield, the Seahawks are kicking the tires on a future Hall of Famer. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang discuss why Seattle decided to sign veteran running back Adrian Peterson to the practice squad, answer listener mailbag questions, and break down several key matchups to watch in Sunday's rematch with San Francisco at Lumen Field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sports radio host Paul Gallant steps into the Cigar Lounge to discuss the myriad potential directions for Seattle including: How much we should read into Russell Wilson's struggles (3:35), the true value of this defense (27:50), the big roster decisions facing the team (45:21) and how DK Metcalf fits in moving forward (1:11:18).
Today Crystal is joined by Laura Loe, Founder and Executive Director of Share The Cities, which both educates around and advocates for affordable housing and reasonable housing policies that serve the communities they're in. Discussions include the continued legacy of racially motivated redlining, the controversy of golf courses, and how Legos and The Sims have formed a new generation of city planners. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher on Twitter at @finchfrii and find more information about Share The Cities at @STCActionFund and @sharethecities.More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com. Resources Share The Cities Community Education: https://sharethecities.org/about “Acronyms for Action: ADU DADU EIS” by Chrystine Kim, Matt Hutchens, and Laura Loe from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2018/06/21/op-ed-acronyms-for-action-adu-dadu-eis/ “Segregated Seattle” from the Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project from the University of Washington: https://depts.washington.edu/civilr/segregated.htm “Are golf courses the solution to affordable housing?” by Bill Radke from KUOW: https://www.kuow.org/stories/are-golf-courses-the-solution-to-affordable-housing “Five Steps to Prevent Displacement” from the Sightline Institute: https://www.sightline.org/2020/08/03/five-steps-to-prevent-displacement/ “Post-election Seattle has housing density on the agenda” by David Kroman from Crossut: https://crosscut.com/news/2021/11/post-election-seattle-has-housing-density-agenda “Must Reads: From video game to day job: How ‘SimCIty' inspired a generation of city planner” by Jessica Roy from The Los Angeles Times: https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-simcity-inspired-urban-planners-20190305-story.html Transcript The transcript will be uploaded as soon as possible.
Our journey had nowhere else to end but here, on a completely unremarkable war planet with nothing but primal, hornt-up roboids who used to be flatbed trucks. It's Beast Wars! We've heard that you like it, and we've judged you thusly:Today's Episode Sponsor: Bigger Kisses™THIS WEEK'S EPISODESBeast Wars: Transformers S1E14, “Double Dinobot”Beast Wars: Transformers S1E22, “The Low Road”Join our Discord! https://discord.gg/umq7Rms Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/satamtuesdays Our Website: http://www.satamtuesdays.com/The Hosts: Andrew Eric Davison, Austin Bridges, Rory VoieAudio Production: Andrew Eric Davison
Michael Bumpus is in for Wyman and he joins Bob to talk about what it means for the Mariners that the reigning AL Cy Young award winner sounds so excited to join the team. Plus, is Jerry Dipoto ready to spring another move before the MLB lockout hits at the end of the day? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1PM - The Fastest 15 // X-mas tree shortage // CNBC's Jim Cramer pushes Biden to implement national vaccine mandate // Homeless camp removal proposal shot down by city council // City of Seattle settles, gives Charleena Lyles family 3.5m // GUEST: Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell on gun violence and the coalition he's working on // Police body cam footage from NBC reporter pulled over following judges See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fresh off another mind-blowing Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs performance against Sporting Kansas City, The Call Up welcomes in Justen Glad and David Ochoa ahead of their Western Conference Final appearance. Justen gives the story behind his now historic PK against Seattle and David discusses why he's embraced being everyone's favorite MLS villain. Looking to shed the label of “Cinderella story”, for RSL, it's all about BELIEF.
"Who Killed Mars Hill?" — is the provocative title of Christianity Today's hugely successful podcast entitled The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill. Spoiler alert, we all did! Seriously, CT's audio autopsy of one Seattle megachurch brings together so much what has animated a certain flavor of American Protestantism over the last few decades. It occasioned some thoughts from Pastor Dave and Mike had literally never heard anything about this church and its controversial pastor. At the end they share a couple podcast recommendations.
Kyle Posey and Akash Anavarathan break down the win against the Vikings and try to predict how Kyle Shanahan will attack the Seahawks without his best weapon. Jimmy Garoppolo's shaky start against the Vikings Can the 49ers continue to win with inconsistent quarterback play? How Kyle Shanahan will try and replicate what he's been getting from Deebo Samuel How much will Fred Warner be missed on defense? One defensive lineman that has been stepping up lately (besides Nick Bosa) Playoff picture update: Who would you rather play? Week 13 score predcitions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael Lombardi talked to Andy & Randy about what he has seen from the Falcons so far this season, how to value Cordarrelle Patterson when it comes to contract negotiations and the future of Russell Wilson in Seattle. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beat Migs. A woman got her ex fired for slacking off at work. Based on this, what was the craziest thing your ex did? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thank you so much for joining us! Today, I’m sharing the audio recording of a November 20th panel I moderated for the annual Tilth Conference. Produced by the Tilth Alliance, a Seattle-based organization that works in community with farmers, gardeners and eaters in Washington state to build a sustainable, healthy and equitable food future. The […] The post Episode 534: Relocalizing Flowers, a Slow Flowers Panel Discussion at the 2021 Tilth Conference appeared first on Debra Prinzing.
“Bah Humbug!” “You'll shoot your eye out, kid!” “Merry Christmas ya old Building and Loans!” “Yippe Kay Yay, Motherf***er!” ALL the holiday staples are covered as the boys jump back to November 23, 1988 to revisit the Bill Murray holiday comedy SCROOGED as well as their TOP TEN HOLIDAY MOVIES. Put a little love in your heart with Episode 65 of OPENING WEEKEND!November, 1988: the boys are working off their Thanksgiving dinners and working on their Christmas and Hanukkah lists: “Gremlins” VHS tape for Jason - CHECK. Knock-off Cavarrici pants and gold chain for Dan - CHECK. Penis-shaped pencils from Spencer Gifts and a Wells Fargo Wagon full of Seattle-brewed Semen for Fred - CHECK and CHECK! And don't worry, Dan, Santa's leaving plenty of sweet street-level crack in your stocking this year! (Listen…it'll all make sense. Sort of)Bill Murray may have been the biggest Scrooge of 1988, but he's Tiny Tim compared to Dan being forced to endure Mariah Carey singing holiday classics. And speaking of holiday classics: The boys list off their Top Ten Holiday Movie list - Fred reads his list, confusion ensues. “All I Want For Christmas Is…Jew?” Quick, turn off that episode of “Kate & Allie”, it's time for Episode 65 of Opening Weekend!
Adam Copeland is joined by Former 49ers DE Dennis Brown to talk about the resurgent 49ers heading up to Seattle to try to keep things rolling. 49ers win their 3rd straight game with the win over the Vikings. It was a playoff type atmosphere at Levi's and both sides of the ball really picked things up. 49ers are getting back to their style of play and it looks like Kyle Shanahan is really in rhythm calling plays. Dennis talks about how Kyle seems to have figured out his roster and is using all of his weapons to the maximum potential. Dennis talks about how the team will deal with not having Deebo and Fred Warner for the Seahawks game. And how Dee Ford could add a lot to the defense if he can get back on the field this week. You can check out Dennis, Matt Barrows & David Lombardi on the"Here's The Catch" Podcast on the Athletic Podcast Network by visiting: https://theathletic.com/podcast/18-heres-the-catch/ or wherever you get your podcasts And you can catch Dennis on KNBR's 49ers Pre and Postgame coverage every game-day on 680AM / 104.5 FM Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amazon is constantly hiring. Data has shown that the company has had a turnover rate of about 150 percent a year.For the founder, Jeff Bezos, worker retention was not important, and the company built systems that didn't require skilled workers or extensive training — it could hire and lose people all of the time.Amazon has been able to replenish its work force, but the pandemic has exposed the vulnerabilities of this approach.We explore what the labor shortage has meant for Amazon and the people who work there. Guest: Karen Weise, a technology correspondent, based in Seattle for The New York Times.Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Each year, hundreds of thousands of workers churn through Amazon's vast mechanism that hires, monitors, disciplines and fires. Amid the pandemic, the already strained system lurched.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
"Locks" of the week Look ahead to Seattle on the Road Keys to victory Listener Emails GoldBloodedPodcast.bigcartel.com Sponsored by Lucky Rose Tattoo luckyrosetattoo.bigcartel.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/goldbloodedpodcast Email: GoldBloodedPodcast@gmail.com IG: www.instagram.com/goldbloodedpodcast Twitter: @GoldBloodedPod
In today's episode, Azeez Al-Shaair assures us fans the team isn't taking the Seahawks lightly, and we wonder: Does a 9th loss for the Seahawks ensure either Russell Wilson or Pete Carrol won't be back in Seattle next year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Seattle Seahawks have lost three straight games now after their 17-15 loss to the Washington Football Team. The two-point loss makes this game look as though it were a lot closer, because Seattle was dominated throughout the game. A late touchdown was taken off the board late in the game that allowed Seattle to engineer a drive that gave them an opportunity to tie in regulation. After that failed conversion, they may have had a chance to win had they lined up properly on special teams. Pete Carroll addressed what happened there after the game. Russell Wilson says his finger isn't a problem when it comes to his accuracy and Jordyn Brooks says he has improved his screen defense. Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM | RSS Produced by: Wilson Conn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kyle and Chris are joined by host of the Bet to Wynn Podcast, Joe Fann, who used to cover the 49ers and Seahawks, to preview Sunday's game, break down what's wrong in Seattle, the circle of life in the NFC West, why he's high on the 49ers and that one time he was hit by a drive from Brooks Koepka. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
SUE BIRD is back! From carrying the flag at the Olympics, to courtside stories, playing in Seattle's new arena, urban dictionary's breakdown of her name, post season food binges, and if she's coming back for another year!! She's the GOAT on and off the court, follow her on IG @sbird10! MERCH www.shopadamray.com TOUR DATES www.adamraycomedy.com INSTAGRAM & TWITTER @adamraycomedy You can find more from Adam Ray at www.adamraycomedy.com ALBUMS "I'll take it from Here" "Read The Room" "Songs for The People" All available on Spotify, Itunes, Amazon Music Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Don't look now, but the Seattle Kraken are suddenly cruising, having won four of their last five games, and the Sound Of Hockey Podcast is here to talk about it (because of course it is)! This episode starts with Darren needing to get something off his chest, so he dives right into a Get Off My Lawn, while Andy and John desperately try to calm him down. Then they get to their Kraken talk, which is plentiful. After beating Washington and Carolina at home, Seattle has been on the road, where it has beaten the Florida Panthers and Buffalo Sabres, but lost to the two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning. There's lots to unpack from these victories, including an injury and an illness, impressive play by Will Borgen, and improved goaltending. Once the Kraken talk dies down, the guys tour around the NHL via Serious Business, where they discuss the waiving of Matt Murray and Evander Kane and the firing of Marc Bergevin and... well... pretty much everyone else in Montreal. Segments this week include Weekly One-Timers, Goalie Gear Corner, and Three Stars. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Continuing to struggle scoring points, a last-minute comeback effort led by Russell Wilson came too little, too late as the Seahawks fell to Washington at FedEx Field on Monday Night Football. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang reflect on where Seattle's poor season stands historically, break down which young players should see more action in the final six games for evaluation purposes, and dive into "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" from Monday's latest prime time loss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matt and Joz discuss some of the week's top stories, including their Week 12 takeaways, thoughts on Russell Wilson in Seattle, who is to blame for the Colts third blown lead in this season, examining the AFC West, and playing “Good, Bad and Ugly” with the current playoff picture!
Carver and Dane Martinez discuss Washington holding against Seattle on MNF, Amari Cooper not quite right, McCarthy doesn't want COVID to be distraction, Bradley Roby keeping Saints defense up, Urban Meyer not interested in college jobs, Rodgers to decide on toe surgery, Matt Rule needs better QB play, McVay thinks Rams will get back on track, Tom Brady trolls Colts, Super Bowl and MVP odds, Tiger Woods not returning to full-time PGA play, NCAAM big games tonight, tonight's NHL slate, Brian Kelly ditching Notre Dame for LSU, Lincoln Riley announced as USC head coach, Bob Stoops rallying Oklahoma, Saturday's college football conference title games, Doc Rivers on Sixers ugly win over Magic, Nuggets snap losing streak against Miami, KAT and the T-wolves comeback against Pacers, Thibodeau takes Kemba out of rotation, tonight's NBA action, and more! Plus, “The Sports Professor” Rick Horrow is on in his weekly spot to provide the latest sports business analysis!
Carver and Dane Martinez discuss Washington holding against Seattle on MNF, Amari Cooper not quite right, McCarthy doesn't want COVID to be distraction, Bradley Roby keeping Saints defense up, Urban Meyer not interested in college jobs, Rodgers to decide on toe surgery, Matt Rule needs better QB play, McVay thinks Rams will get back on track, Tom Brady trolls Colts, Super Bowl and MVP odds, Tiger Woods not returning to full-time PGA play, NCAAM big games tonight, tonight's NHL slate, Brian Kelly ditching Notre Dame for LSU, Lincoln Riley announced as USC head coach, Bob Stoops rallying Oklahoma, Saturday's college football conference title games, Doc Rivers on Sixers ugly win over Magic, Nuggets snap losing streak against Miami, KAT and the T-wolves comeback against Pacers, Thibodeau takes Kemba out of rotation, tonight's NBA action, and more! Plus, Craig Mish drops by to talk the latest moves in MLB free agency
(3:00) Peter King and Paul Burmeister discuss a couple wild days in college football, highlighted by Brian Kelly leaving Notre Dame for LSU(13:00) Peter and Paul recap Week 12, and wonder whether it's time for the Seahawks to move on from Pete Carroll(24:20) Who are this year's Bucs?(32:35) Peter is joined by Ivan Maisel, who discusses his book I Keep Trying To Catch His Eye, a memoir about the death of his son Max, and the importance of not overlooking mental health.
RJ Bell and AJ Hoffman react to the huge news of Lincoln Riley heading to USC and Brian Kelly heading to LSU. The guys break down what the moves mean for the shape of college football moving forward. RJ and AJ examine the latest lines on who will be the new head coach for Oklahoma and Notre Dame. Plus, the guys react to Washington beating Seattle on Monday night, and AJ explains why he is pessimistic on Russell Wilson for the rest of the season. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jalen & Jacoby discuss Russell Wilson's future in Seattle, Nikola Jokic's return to action, Tiger Woods' comeback, college football coaching carousel, Lonzo helps Bulls beat LaMelo's Hornets, plus Warriors-Suns preview and much more.
On today's Dan Patrick show, DP is joined by the NFL Network's David Carr to recap last night's game. Are Russ Wilson's days in Seattle numbered? ESPN's Marcus Spears calls in to explain why LSU is the best job in College Football. And Notre Dame's Eric Hansen discusses who's on the Fighting Irish's wish list to replace Brian Kelly. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com