Travis Rodgers, the new host of Locked On Rams, joins #PeaCrock to preview the NFC Championship game at Los Angeles. Will 49ers fans take over SoFi Stadium again Sunday? What makes Cooper Kupp and Deebo Samuel so special? Predictions for Sunday's third installment of Niners vs Rams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Conference Championship games are set. The Cincinnati Bengals are traveling to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game while the San Francisco 49ers travel to SoFi Stadium to face the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship game.Host Alyssa Butterson and Coach G break down the AFC & NFC Divisional Playoff Games. Both Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady taken down in the same week? Did we potentially witness AR or TBs last game in the NFL? What went right for the Bengals and the 49ers to help them advance to Championship games. Coach G is 4/4 on is picks from last week. Pickens Picks resumed for AFC & NFC Championship Games predictions.
Episode 374 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features three interviews. First up is WWE superstar, Roman Reigns. The Universal Champion talks about his recent bout with Covid, his favorite Royal Rumble memories, working with his friend, Seth Rollins, his suit and sneaker collections, his relationship with Jon Moxley and whether he'd fight back if Vince McMahon wanted him to drop his title. Following Reigns, Joe Buck from FOX Sports joins the podcast. Buck shares details on what Lambeau Field was like after Aaron Rodgers and the Packers lost to the Niners. Buck also previews the Niners-Rams NFC title game, talks about Niners fans taking over SoFi Stadium and weighs in on rumors about Troy Aikman's future The show closes with CBS's Jim Nantz making his second appearance in two weeks. Nantz gives us insight into calling the wild Bills-Chiefs game, which many have said is the best game ever. Nantz also discusses the Bengals-Chiefs AFC title game, the AFC being set up for QB dominance and much more. Following the roundtable, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York, joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. Topics covered include picks for the AFC and NFC title games, the passing of Meatloaf, Taylor Swift's feud and much more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bill Handel is accompanied by Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The trio discusses news topics that include: California COVID paid sick leave could return if new agreement passes, California also appears to have passed the peak of the Omicron variant wave, and Super Bowl guests will receive KN95 masks at SoFi Stadium.
Adam Copeland is joined by Athletic Rams writer to preview the 49ers-Rams NFC Championship game down in LA. The Rams and 49ers will meet for the 3rd time this season on Sunday with the right to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Jourdan gives her thoughts on if the 49ers winning streak against the Rams will continue or will the Rams end the streak to get the Super Bowl. Jourdan talks about what the Rams need to do to try to slow down the 49ers momentum. They talk about some of the players the Rams picked up and traded for this season and offseason. And they talk about 49ers fans invading SoFi Stadium on Sunday. -You can check out all of Jourdan's great Rams coverage by visiting: https://theathletic.com/author/jourdan-rodrigue/ -You can hear Jourdan & Rich Hammond break down the Rams on the "11 Personal Podcast" on the Athletic Podcast Network by visiting: https://theathletic.com/podcast/65-11-personnel/ -And you can follow Jourdan on Twitter @JourdanRodrigue Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this clip from the second hour of Sports Open Line, Kevin Wheeler rips into Los Angeles Times columnist Dylan Hernandez after calling the Rams' former home a 'dump of a city.' Hernandez goes on to say the Rams are not to blame for the influx of 49ers fans into Stan Kroenke's Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles.
In the second hour of Sports Open Line, Kevin Wheeler explains why there might be an abundance of 49ers fans at SoFi Stadium for the NFC Championship game. Wheels also dives into the Blues' pitiful loss versus the Calgary Flames, and Sean Payton retiring as head coach for the New Orleans Saints after 15 years. Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinWheeler94
Short show today as we lead you to the Lakers vs Nets game today from Brooklyn. Mase is pumped about the Rams vs. 49ers NFC Championship game and Mase tells Rams season ticket holders NOT to sell their tickets. Also, We take your calls about the prices of tickets for the NFC Championship game at SoFi Stadium. Plus, Mase wants to discuss Momo's latest article about the Lakers and Russell Westbrook. And what is on the WHEEL OF QUESTIONS. Mase says that SoFi Stadium was 70-30 percent Blue so, we take calls and 49ers fans that were also THERE call in to prove to Mase that it was 60-40 percent RED at SoFi!
In the next week, legislation that would help create a single-payer health plan in California will face a key test. The bill must pass out of the Assembly by January 31 or it's dead. The effort is being led by the state's nurses union, but opposed by the largest association of doctors. Guest: Dr. Micah Johnson, co-author of the book Medicare for All: A Citizen's Guide Legislation introduced by State Senator Richard Pan would eliminate a personal belief exemption in school-based COVID-19 vaccination requirements. The proposal is expected to face strong pushback from those who have fought vaccine mandates. The Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers will renew their rivalry Sunday at SoFi Stadium, with a berth in the Super Bowl on the line. The Rams are hoping their fans show up more than they did in the regular season finale between the two teams.
It's a Celebration Monday! and it will be an all out war between Jorge and Mase this week! the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Rams at SoFi Stadium this weekend! What an Incredible weekend for the NFL! Also, Overtime rules in the NFL Playoffs need to change? Do you agree? Mason could sell his NFC Championship game tickets right now for thousands. Should he Do It? Plus, We play the Spanish calls of the "Love of the Game" call and the final field goal And Ticketmaster restricted tickets to just LA natives. Not too many 49ers Fans will be allowed! What will be on the WHEEL OF QUESTIONS ? and we have BREAKING NEWS – ANTHONY DAVIS PROBABLE FOR TUESDAY!!
California regulators are taking more time to consider changing the state's solar marketplace. This comes after a proposal released in mid-December roiled the solar industry. Reporter Erik Anderson, KPBS Both the San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams have advanced to the NFC Championship this weekend at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. The winner will head to the Super Bowl, which is also being held at SoFi.
Wednesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington react to Dak Prescott's apology to the refs. A breakdown of why progress has stalled for expanding the college football playoff and Petros Papadakis joins the guys to talk salty Rams wives, sewage problems at SoFi Stadium, Dak's QB Draw and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar preview the LaFleur-Shanahan rivalry game in the divisional round. Petros Papadakis joins the guys to talk salty Rams wives, sewage problems at SoFi Stadium, Dak's QB Draw and more! Plus, the BQ News. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Rams were able to silence a ton of hate on Monday night. Specifically the hate geared towards players like Matthew Stafford, and Odell Beckham Jr., who've never won a playoff game over a combined 21 years. All of the negativity ended in a big way against the Arizona Cardinals, as the Rams exploded to a 34-11 victory at SoFi Stadium. Not only were the Rams dominant when they had the ball offensively, but their defense (specifically their front-7, led by Aaron Donald), was next-level dominant. The game was in control of the Rams from start to finish. Now, they'll look to carry over the momentum into Tampa Bay to give themselves a shot at the NFC Championship. Support Rams Brothers: The Pod, An LA Rams Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/rams-brothers-the-pod-an-la-rams-podcast Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-7b497c for 40% off for 4 months, and support Rams Brothers: The Pod, An LA Rams Podcast.
Last night, the Rams beat the Arizona Cardinals in first Playoff game at SoFi Stadium and then, the Lakers had a great win vs the Utah Jazz at home. Mason and Ireland reacted to all of the happenings. And, would Mason paint his face for the next Rams' Playoff game? Plus, Ireland went on a rant about "Airline dress codes" with the recent Olivia Culpo controversy.
Nothing seemed to go right during the Cardinals Wild Card matchup with the Rams on Monday night at SoFi Stadium. Los Angeles dominated in all phases of the game during their 34-11 victory. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Drew Stanton try to make sense of what they saw and take a look forward to the long offseason ahead.
Rich reveals what happened at SoFi Stadium when he took his son to the Rams vs Cardinals playoff game where there was as much action in the stands as there was on the field. Actress Neve Campbell and Rich discuss her reboot of the horror classic ‘Scream,' talks ‘Baywatch,' ‘Rounders,' ‘Phantom of the Opera,' reveals that the first NFL game she went to was the Super Bowl, and that she didn't know who David Bowie was when she hosted ‘Saturday Night Live' and he was the musical guest in a round of ‘Celebrity True or False.' (timestamp). Rich reacts to a caller who praises Detroit Lions Head Coach Dan Campbell for changing the team's culture of losing and reacts to Mike Tomlin's latest comments on the future of the Steelers' future at quarterback. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jonas, Brady and LaVar wonder if Mike McCarthy really is safe as the Cowboys head coach this offseason and Brady debunks any conspiracy theories about the officials spotting the ball at the end of the game. The Eagles might have the most interesting offseason and Producer Lee gives his rating of SoFi Stadium after the Rams-Cardinals game on Monday Night. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ben Maller talks about how the win over the Cardinals in the playoffs is a turning point for Matthew Stafford and the Rams, the sewage problem at SoFi Stadium, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Rams were dealing with the very beginning of a COVID outbreak the last time they faced Arizona, and were still able to come away with a win on the road. Without Ramsey, Higbee, Havenstein and Brian Allen, Sean McVay called a game that was led by a true run-first mentality, along with well-timed play action that allowed Stafford to throw touchdowns to his three receivers: Kupp, Beckham and Jefferson. Fast forward to Monday night, and the Rams will be facing off against an Arizona Cardinals team that has to travel back to SoFi Stadium, and has very limited playoff experience. The biggest storylines will be focused on Matthew Stafford and Kyler Murray specifically, but what does Sean McVay have to do in this game to get his quarterback in rhythm, and the Rams back on track for a deep playoff push? The answers lie within this episode. Also, Nick's Picks are coming off of its first undefeated week of the year, and there are a couple of plays that he would love to see you make some money on. Support Rams Brothers: The Pod, An LA Rams Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/rams-brothers-the-pod-an-la-rams-podcast Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-7b497c for 40% off for 4 months, and support Rams Brothers: The Pod, An LA Rams Podcast.
Ep. 542 - Safety Budda Baker is one of the clear leaders on and off the field for the Arizona Cardinals. What is he preaching to his teammates in advance of Monday night's playoff battle with the Rams at SoFi Stadium? Baker joined Paul Calvisi and Ron Wolfley to talk about preparing for his playoff debut, facing the Rams "electric" offense for a third time this season, the possible return of J.J. Watt and much more.
Place all your Wild Card Weekend Bets at Fanduel.com/BetTheBoard and start with $1,000 Risk Free! NFL Super Wild Card Weekend is HERE! Todd and Payne deep-dive all 6 games from a point spread perspective including a BEST BET. The fellas provide crucial matchup analysis and key metrics to help get you to the FanDuel betting window and cash your bets and daily fantasy football lineups. ▶️ Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals (5:33) ▶️ New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (23:27) ▶️ Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Bucs (38:13) ▶️ San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys (51:18) ▶️ Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs (1:02:56) ▶️ John Sheeran Sports Book Report (1:08:15) ▶️ Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams (1:23:19) ▶️ BEST BET
Dom and Chris are back from a long hiatus to recap the 2021 sports seasons. First up, they review the NFL season and preview the upcoming playoffs. Then they discuss the coaches that were fired on “Black Monday” and analyze the Giants surprising move to replace Joe Judge. Then, they discuss a dull college football season and Georgia winning the national championship. Next, they discuss the MLB lockout and the NBA season so far. Finally, they tell the stories of golfing in Maui, their visits to Allegiant Stadium, T-Mobile Arena, SoFi Stadium, and review the Jack Harlow show - Dom's first concert. Subscribe and follow us @dominationsportsnation --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we get into the State of California extending the mask mandate indefinitely through February 15. West Contra Costa County Schools to close Friday and Monday. Antioch Chamber of Commerce seeks to honor “Covid Heroes” while new tax rule targets $600 payments on apps like PayPal, Venmo, Cash App to IRS. For fun, Kenny provides Mike with the most atrocious shirt ever in honor of Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez last day in the assembly. Articles from the Show California extending indoor mask mandate until Feb. 15 amid omicron surge L.A. County's at-home COVID test kit program paused as lab workers call out sick; new option to be announced COVID: All West Contra Costa Schools to Close for Long Omicron Recovery Weekend Antioch Chamber of Commerce Looks to Celebrate Covid Heroes at the 2022 Gala Richmond elementary school pivots to distance learning amid COVID outbreak New tax rule requires PayPal, Venmo, Cash App to report annual business payments exceeding $600 COVID: Russian River Brewing Briefly Closing Due To Omicron Staff Shortage; Pliny The Younger Event Still On 2022 Grammy Awards postponed amid Omicron surge NFL looks at contingency sites for Super Bowl, currently planned for SoFi Stadium, amid L.A. COVID surge Mortgage relief comes to California as thousands face foreclosure Rancho Cordova Offers Grants To Keep Local Businesses Afloat During Pandemic
Hour 4: Antonio Brown releases a statement giving his side of the story and that he was cut in the middle of the game because of his injury. MLB and the MLBPA have still not talked since the start of 2022 so what are the chances the MLB season starts on time. Could the NFL move the Super Bowl from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles?
Opening up the mailbag with weekly guest Nick Winkler. Sunday could be the first of one, two, maybe even three games for the San Francisco 49ers at SoFi Stadium. The Faithful could help by taking away the Los Angeles Rams' home field advantage in Week 18. The more you watch Trey Lance, the more there is to like, but Kyle Shanahan will be coy about who the starting quarterback will be in the regular season finale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Cecil is in for Tyler today. In the Third Hour, DMac and Cecil discuss more of the issues with the Broncos and why when a new owner comes in, they will want likely want to make changes like a new stadium comparable to Allegiant or Sofi Stadium. Mike Klis, our 9News Broncos Insider, joins DMac and Cecil to discuss the job status of Vic Fangio and what the options for the Broncos are if they were to move on from Fangio or retain him for one more year. Could Vic Fangio really be an attraction for Aaron Rodgers to want to come to Denver? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Meltzer is a mentor to many. However, there are two titans he studies closely himself. Their names? None other than William Shakespeare and Albert Einstein. Taking lessons from both, David Meltzer (@davidmeltzer) has been able to pivot from being a powerful sports agent to a motivational media maven at the age of 50. “I am an optimist,” smiles Meltzer from SoFi Stadium while being interviewed for a pilot for the Cali BBQ Media podcast production Restaurant Influencers. “I'm a top-imist, I'm on the top of the optimists. I believe in other people. I'm a celebrant. I live my life to elevate others. I try not to laugh at people, scoff at them or make fun of them.” Watch the full interview on location from the top of SoFi Stadium on the Cali BBQ YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZGxIbt71kA David Meltzer Went All-In On Empowering Others: When David Meltzer decided to go all in on modern digital media and his mission to empower a billion people to be happy, make a lot of money, help people and have a lot of fun — many of his peers laughed at him. Leaning on the lessons of a great playwright, he powered through. According to Shakespeare, the world's a stage. In a world now with many media platforms and thus stages within the stage, Meltzer began publishing on YouTube, going live on IG and using every medium possible to begin his mission to empower. Daunting? Yes. However, Shakespeare once again inspired him. “The first Shakespeare lesson, which is most important, is thine own self be true,” notes David Meltzer. “Because in the context of today, your own self is true, those people can laugh and scoff at you and make fun of you. However, it also provides you with a directional aptitude towards your own frequency.” By being true to himself, he was able to spread his wings, ignore the critics and find his tribe as they say. Early encouragers included Gary Vaynerchuk who David Meltzer had previously consulted when the entrepreneur was working on a sports agency. As Meltzer continued to lean into the stage theory and better be himself, the numbers he began reaching increased, yet not exponentially. In a world of instant gratification and validation by numbers this could've crippled many, causing them to drop their dreams. Instead, Meltzer studied Einstein. “The rule of 72 says that at one percent better, it takes 72 turns in order to double where you're at,” Meltzer says of the genius's philosophy. “Well, if you can become two percent better, it takes 36 turns for you to be four percent better." "I did the math. I study Einstein. I knew that in 20 years when I was 70, I'd be the most popular 70-year-old in the world because I would have two million ambassadors telling two million people to watch.” Happiness Is The Pursuit: By studying the greats, continuing his pursuit and being powered by faith, David Meltzer believes in his ability to make others believe in themselves. “It's not the pursuit of happiness,” states Meltzer on the Digital Hospitality podcast. “Happiness is the pursuit. That's why I try to teach people to find the light, the love in the lessons and everything to enjoy the consistent everyday pursuit of your own potential, not other people's.” To many, this relentless optimism may sound hokey. Even Meltzer admits many dreams appear outlandish even in hindsight. “If Jeff Bezos would have told me 25 years ago when he was selling books out of his garage, that he was going to make over a trillion dollars and be the richest man on Earth and have the biggest marketplace on Earth, I probably would have laughed at him, scoffed at him and made fun of him,” shrugs David Meltzer. 20 years from now, we could be talking about the world's most famous 70-year-old the same way. *** -Feature Article by Ian Stonebrook. Get in touch with him on social media @ianstonebrook SIGN UP FOR UPDATES ON RESTAURANT INFLUENCERS AT WWW.
Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre discuss the AFC playoff picture entering Week 17 before previewing the Chargers' home finale at SoFi Stadium against the Broncos with Denver7's Troy Renck (20:57).
624: Warren discusses the transformation of Turner Construction and the expansion of his CIO responsibilities. Warren begins with his purview as CIO, gives details around the expanded responsibilities in his role surrounding marketing and communications, and how the impact of IT inside and outside of the company creates a rationale for the combined responsibilities. He also discusses the change management in standardizing tech within an industry that is a traditionally late-stage adopter of IT. Warren tells how this standardization builds a better foundation for data strategy at the company and how leveraging that technology and data can have positive impacts on large-scale projects like the company's joint project constructing the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Finally, Warren shares lessons from the partial return-to-office, how his unique perspective has driven the expansion of the CIO role, and trends in technology that he is focused on for the future.
In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's Week 17 road showdown against the Chargers at SoFi Stadium. The duo recap COVID and injury statuses heading into Sunday, what went wrong against the Raiders in Week 16, coach Vic Fangio's future beyond this season, what's up with Jerry Jeudy's slump and more analysis. The packed show from Dove Valley is closed with predictions.
Guaranteeing a losing season for the first time since 2011, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks weren't able to hold onto a third quarter lead against the Rams at SoFi Stadium on Tuesday night, ultimately falling 20-10 and mercilessly ending their playoff aspirations in the process. Host Corbin Smith discusses why Wilson's ongoing struggles could create a major dilemma for Seattle this offseason, shares his takeaways from the latest defeat on "Wisdom Wednesday," and breaks down the Seahawks' Pro Bowl selections and alternates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this show: Dave and Payton kickoff the show with a special report from SoFi Stadium as Payton went to the Rams covid game. (1:00-4:30). Brandon joins the show as Payton recaps the experience, and the guys discuss the QB draft prospects and which bowl games excite us. (5:00-35:00). Finally the guys discuss whether the NFL should have moved the three games in Week 15, too much analytics, and the big games in Week 16 in the NFL. (35:30-END)
Michael Bumpus and Nasser Kyobe review a Week 15 loss to the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium. Today's show: In the Trenches with Ray Roberts (00:47), What Had Happened Was (10:17), Playmakers (13:36), WR Round Up (19:01), Coaches Corner (19:29), and Clock Ran Out (22:04).
With both teams still clouded by roster uncertainty due to COVID outbreaks heading into Tuesday's rescheduled matchup, the Seahawks and Rams will need unsung heroes to rise up to capture a divisional win. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang discuss Seattle's latest additions to the COVID/reserve list and break down their X-factors to watch at SoFi Stadium, including Rashaad Penny and Bless Austin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steve Hartman and Geoff Schwartz fire up football talk (4 straight days of NFL thanks to Covid) and college bowl games that Geoff thinks are great only because of gambling. FOX NFL sideline reporter Shannon Spake is in the house to try and make sense of all the ever changing Covid policies in the league and to preview her Dallas/Giants game. Steve has a great rant about the pros and cons of the monstrous new SoFi Stadium and the fellas discuss the Chargers aggressive play-calling. They talk California mask mandate and states like Montana and Utah when it comes to celebrating at games. NFL insider Adam Caplan joins the show to talk everything Week 15! Plus, Geoff has picks and info on his wife tearing down his Christmas tree like an animal. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
While the Rams have been hit especially hard by COVID this week, the Seahawks could be without two key players of their own in their upcoming NFC West matchup due to the virus. Hosts Nick Lee and Rob Rang share the latest on Tyler Lockett and Alex Collins' status for this week, break down their keys to a Seattle victory at SoFi Stadium, dish out their "Picks to Click," and more in a loaded Blue Friday episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sleigh Hot is in Los Angeles! The boys had an incredible trip to Sofi Stadium to see the Chiefs and Chargers battle it out for the division and potentially the 1 seed in the AFC. They break down their experience in watching the game at SOFI and seeing Mahomes versus Herbert. They then get into what is on everyone's minds...the covid mess that is ravaging the country and more specifically the NFL and NBA. Will these leagues shut down? To wrap things up they discuss their favorite and least favorite parts about the trip to Cali. ⏰ Chapters ⏰ (00:00) INTRO (02:06) Chiefs Vs. Chargers In Person (16:10) Sofi Stadium Breakdown (20:21) NFL Covid Mess (26:05) NBA Could Shut Down (32:20) Lebron Back To Cleveland? (35:30) Will the NFL Or NBA Shut Down? (36:52) Favorite And Least Favorite Parts Of Los Angeles (39:10) OUTRO
Beavers defensive back Jaydon Grant joins BFT guest-host Judah Newby ahead of Oregon State's upcoming matchup with Utah State in the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl on Saturday at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Jaydon gives his latest Jamba Juice craving, the attitude of the team going into the bowl game, and how he's looking forward to seeing Jimmy Kimmel Live! Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
With each team still having plenty to play for, two familiar foes will square off for their second regular season battle at Sofi Stadium when the Seahawks travel to Los Angeles to face the Rams. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang break down Seattle's trio of roster moves and dissect six matchups to watch in Sunday's high-stakes NFC West rematch, including Damien Lewis and the offensive line trying to hold up against future Hall of Famer Aaron Donald in the trenches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
John Canzano talks to The Oregonian's Nick Daschel ahead of Oregon State's first bowl appearance since 2013 as they prepare to face Utah State in the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles (Saturday, 4:30pm, ABC), plus a discussion of Jonathan Smith's decision to promote Trent Bray to defensive coordinator, removing the interim tag, and how the Beavs shape up for signing day. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
The Compas break down the highly anticipated Thursday night showdown between the Chargers and Chiefs at SoFi Stadium. This one is for first place in the AFC West. FOLLOW THE COMPAS ON SOCIAL Instagram: @compasonthebeatTwitter: @gmanzano24Twitter: @realframirezYouTube: Compas on the Beat
Adam welcomes Adam Ray to the studio, who's all dressed up as Santa Claus. The show quickly turns to talk about sex robots, and other gifts that kids are asking for this Christmas. They go on to talk about the worst gift Adam ever got, and they talk with a fan looking to be cheered up by Santa. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Jussie Smollett, Kim Kardashian, Caitlyn Jenner, Michael Strahan, and everyone shares their thoughts on breast reduction surgery. Please support today's sponsors! TommyJohn.com/ADAM Lucy.CO enter ADAM LiquidIV.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM TRICOCatsAndDogs.com Geico.com RockAuto.com
As today's podcast begins, Adam talks to Bryan and Gina about the bizarre hit TV series ‘The Flying Nun'. They also talk about the portrayal of car dealerships over the years, and Adam mentions the upcoming Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl, happening this weekend. From there, the guys talk about some of Adam's least favorite Christmas songs, and Adam takes a call from Jason Gannon to discuss how he became the Managing Director of SoFi Stadium, and also thoughts on mask mandates, working with Kimmel, and predictions for the Super Bowl. Please support today's sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADAM Lucy.CO enter ADAM LiquidIV.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM TRICOCatsAndDogs.com Geico.com RockAuto.com
John Canzano talks to former Ducks QB Joey Harrington about the discourse surrounding a letter than former Duck players sent to AD Rob Mullens. Then, Canzano welcomes 247 Sports Recruiting Editor Brandon Huffman to discuss how all the new PAC-12 coaches impacts recruiting. Also in the second hour, Canzano is joined by Daniel Popper to talk all things Justin Herbert and SoFi Stadium as a venue. We also play punch-it audio and talk more on the Dan Lanning hire. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
On this episode Andy and Joe are joined by Tug Coker. The trio recaps NFL week 14, discusses their AFC/NFC favorites and debates if the Cowboys are "paper tigers." They also gives reviews of SoFi Stadium, discuss the HBO comedy about the Lakers, and talk Tiger Woods' return to golf. www.talkspace.com - Promo Code "Dirty" Subscribe on YouTube - www.youtube.com/DirtySports Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thedirtysports/ Follow us on Twitter - www.twitter.com/thedirtysports Follow Andy Ruther on IG - www.instagram.com/AndyRuther/ Follow Joe Praino on IG - www.instagram.com/JoePraino/
Have you been to SoFi Stadium? That place is SPECTACULAR! Mason talks about the Rams wins over the Jaguars and asks are the Rams back? Also, Mason says that the Lakers pieces ultimately will not fit. Do you agree? Can the Lakers be better? Plus, Momo tries to sell Mase the idea that he should have his Own bowl game. And Producer Greg has his topics ready for JUMPBALL!
On today's show, Pat, AJ, and the boys chat about last night's Monday Night Football game between the Bucs and Giants, how the Bucs seem to be out of their slump, the Giants being awful, firing Jason Garrett, and what happens next with Joe Judge, Daniel Jones, and all the fallout from that game. Joining the program as he does every Tuesday is the reigning NFL MVP, Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers. Pat, Aaron, and AJ chat about the tough loss in Minnesota and why he feels good about where the offense is going, what's going on with his toe injury as it's been reported that it's more painful than turf toe, he gives a lesson on playing football as a Quarterback in the NFL, discusses some of the toughest environments he's played in, and much more (25:17-1:07:37). Next, last year's NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, LA Chargers Quarterback and friend of the show, Justin Herbert joins the program. Pat and Justin discuss his development as a QB coming off a huge Sunday Night win over the Steelers where he absolutely showed out, how things have changed for him this year, what he attributes his continued success to, playing in SoFi Stadium, and more (1:07:39-1:24:53). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.