The guys start the show with their reactions to watching Tua get concussed again on TNF and wondering what the ramifications will be for the NFL and why he was on the field to begin with after his "non-concussion" head/neck injury last week. Then Swag has a confidence problem after an 0-3 week against Kevin Todd. And, the guys dive into a juicy weekend of Pac-12 action.
The hour begins with Sprague trying to snap Dirt out of his Stanford nightmare syndrome. and they discuss the attendance issues that UCLA has to deal with. Plus, will OSU continue it's identity as a covering machine this weekend in SLC. Then Wayne Cook hops on the Daily Ticker to preview tonight's UW-UCLA showdown in the Rose Bowl. And which of those teams will seize the spotlight.
The guys enjoy another visit from Ricky Williams who is at the Coast visiting smoke shops as they get his perspective on the Tua injury and which offense he would like to play in. Then Sprague chimes in with his keys for OSU to get a win in Utah Saturday. The guys Sprague the line as Swag needs help rebounding from an 0-3 week. And they send you into your football weekend.
Sprague starts the hour lamenting the fact he cannot help his 5th grade daughter with her math homework. Then, the guys update the sports landscape in Florida as Hurricane Ian battered several counties on Wednesday and now looms off the Southern Atlantic Coast. Plus, they make their Pac-12 Picks for the week, and offer their thoughts on Aaron Judge hitting his 61st HR of the season.
The guys have had enough of Roger Maris' son now, then offer their biggest surprise players for the Ducks and Beavers so far this season. Then wonder which team may have the biggest hangover effect this week in Pac-12. Plus, Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham hops on the Daily Ticker with OSU coming to SLC this Saturday. Just what sort of chance do the Beavs have to win at Utah.
The guys look for wisdom and guidance from BetQL host Ken Barkley as they prepare their bets for the weekend. Then, a little NFL peek-a-boo into Week 4 including their belief that the Bengals hand the Fins their first loss of the season, and wondering why the Chargers don't move back to San Diego.
This week, Jake is joined by Eric Sprague of Super Tech University. Eric runs both Super Tech & the Blue Collar Nation Podcast with his business partner, Larry Wilberton. Eric & Larry grew up working in the trades, being told by their bosses to just "shut up and do the work"! Eric & Larry founded Super Tech University to go against that style of leadership, and to focus on soft skills to create a BETTER and more efficient work environment. Tune in to find out more about how important soft skills actually are! Go to: supertechu.com/podcastoffers for a discount on their GOLD PACKAGE If you own a home service company that accepts credit cards from customers, reach out to our sponsor Pair Payments to learn how to increase your profitability by eliminating your merchant processing fees! Visit www.pairpayments.com to learn more.
Sprague is worried that we are shooting asteroids out in space and OSU is developing super fast robots. Plus, NBA training camps are opening up and there is plenty of drama with some of the top teams in the league. Dirt offers his latest Dirty Poll CFB Top 10 and how many more PAC-12 football coaches could be fired during this season.
The guys wonder what Stanford should do if David Shaw can't turn this season around, plus more evidence that Russell Wilson is the weirdest guy in the NFL. Then, Mark Schipper joins the Daily Ticker to look at the biggest CFB games outside the Pac-12 this weekend, and should the NFL ban field turf with all the non-contact injuries being suffered.
Sprague keeps whining about weatherproof NFL games, while LIV golf is going to buy airtime on FS1. Then a Blazers training camp themed edition of Stat or Story from Swag. Joel Klatt's idea to fix college football's non-conference scheduling issues and a great Spanish call of Mase Funa's pick six.
Sprague starts the show on a full 8 hours of sleep as the guys debate the ultimate home TV set up. Then, a dramatic yet sloppy MNF display results in more debate over the best QB plan for the Cowboys. Plus, the guys are getting worn out on the Oregon gubernatorial race ads during sporting events, and should Justin Herbert be so trusting of his team with his current injury.
The guys get to all the NFL leftovers from the weekend, then answer questions from the Male Sack. Plus, was it that big a deal that ABC cut into CFB games for Aaron Judge's at bats over the weekend. And Sprague underwhelmed by NASA video redirecting an asteroid.
The guys discuss the impact that all the transfer QB's have had for Pac-12 teams this season, and wonder if this trend will continue. Plus, Sprague tries to talk Blazers and Dirt can't handle it. Jon Marks joins the Daily Ticker to discuss the Eagles hot start and if Jalen Hurts can sustain his level play. And do the Eagles or Dolphins have the easier path to the Super Bowl this season.
The guys still amazed at the weekend of football they witnessed but they still need some explanation as to a few specific things that happened. They start with all the drama in the Pac-12 with big comebacks. Then 'Canes fans now know what the Ducks' fans were warning them about regarding Mario. And, oh Chance... what happened?
Final thoughts on the Ducks comeback in Pullman, and how they are set up to go on a run over the next Month, and the Beavers, did they let a special season get away with the loss to USC or can they get it back in SLC this weekend. Plus, some initial thoughts on NFL Week 3, is Jimmy G finally being exposed and what is Brandon Staley doing in LA?
The guys continue with the Beavers almost effort versus the Trojans and worry that the rushing attack is not firing on all cylinders. Then, just how did the Ducks pull off that comeback in Pullman. Plus, Mike Jorgensen joins the Daily Ticker on the Ducks win and Angie Machado hops on the Morning Crunch on the Beavs loss to USC.
The guys get into the X's & O's and numbers for the Ducks visit to Washington State, plus, the guys look at the rest of the college football slate this Saturday. Then they Sprague the Line and send you into your football weekend.
Ducks and Beavers start Pac-12 conference play this weekend, the guys dive into the match ups beginning with Oregon State hosting USC possibly for the last time. Can Jonathan Smith's offense keep up with Lincoln Riley. Then Voice of the Cougs Matt Chazanow joins the Ticker and Morning Crunch with extended thoughts on the Ducks trip to Pullman and what has to happen for Washington State to pull an upset.
A Football Friday and the guys are hoping the Steelers-Browns game is not indictive of what is to come this weekend and love the Al Michaels is less than subtle with gambling references on the TNF broadcast. Then Ime Udoka gets the full year suspension as more details about his malfeasance come to light. Then Kliavkoff fires off at UCLA leaving the Pac-12 and how long will Lincoln Riley stay at USC.
More updates on the Ime Udoka situation expect him to be suspended for the entire season and the guys cannot compute it in their heads. Then, public shaming and pressure forcing Robert Sarver to sell the Suns & Mercury. Zach Krantz joins the Daily Ticker to preview the Dolphins showdown with the Bills and give his thoughts on 'Canes fans satisfaction with Mario after three games.
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The guys are still stupefied by the reports of Ime Udoka facing a long suspension from the Celtics for a relationship with a team staffer. Then, a Utah Utes student makes a threat involving a nuclear reactor on campus if football team lost and was arrested. Then, the guys make their Pac-12 picks ATS for Week 4, and Brett Favre is in boiling water with the Feds.
The guys are reunited with Ken Barkley after a few weeks of technical issues as they seek counsel for making money this week in the NFL and CFB. Then Sprague is sad that this will likely be USC's last ever visit to Corvallis the weekend. Plus, is the biggest game in Pac-12 this weekend in Seattle? and what is to like for tonight's Steelers-Browns TNF game in Cleveland.
After losing their shirts last week with their NFL and CFB picks, Dirt and Sprague are so glad the technical gods have allowed us to have Ken Barkley of BetQL on this week for some insight as to where the value is on the gridiron this weekend.
Welcome to the 26th and final episode of the 2022 season! Paul Gross, MSU Extension Field Crops Educator, hosted Dr. Christy Sprague, MSU Extension Field Crops Weed Specialist, who spoke about the different fall weed control options . Also, a weather update from Dr. Jeff Andresen.
Today's guest is Zander Sprague, in-demand public speaker and author of Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward: How to Plan, Achieve, and Enjoy the Journey. He joins the Winning Teams Podcast today to discuss what it means to have an epic idea and more importantly how you go about achieving what epic means to you. There is a difference between an intention, a goal, and a dream and knowing how to trust your process could get you exactly where you dream to be.
Sprague starts the hour wishing this week's OSU game was at Providence Park in Portland for a better environment against USC. The Swag has an Aaron Judge themed edition of Stat or Story. Does anyone believe Kliavkoff saying the Pac-10 will stay together for the next media deal and Dirt answers all the poll questions.
A spirited debate breaks out between the guys over the more valuable QB for a team... Jimmy G or Kirkers, and how much have the top 5 or 6 QBs in the NFL ruined expectations for the rest of the League over their teams' QB. Ryan Abraham of uscfootball.com joins the Ticker with thoughts on USC's offensive turnaround this season and what sort of game he expects in Corvallis this weekend.
The guys start the show bitching about getting parking tickets in the new building and no one seemingly providing a fix. Then, Aaron Judge hit his 60th HR of the season but it doesn't seem to be resonating across baseball the way the McGwire-Sosa chase did. Is this an MLB issue, or is Judge just not that compelling. And Dirt has this week's Dirty Poll CFB top 10.
To be epic means something different for everyone, but what happens more often than not is when we don't even take the first step. Today's guest is Zander Sprague, in-demand public speaker and author of Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward: How to Plan, Achieve, and Enjoy the Journey. He joins the Winning Teams Podcast today to discuss what it means to have an epic idea and more importantly how you go about achieving what epic means to you. There is a difference between an intention, a goal, and a dream and knowing how to trust your process could get you exactly where you dream to be. What We Talked About in This Episode: Zander's Corporate and Mental Health Background The Epic Dreams Everyone Has Zander's Definition of Epic The Difference Between an Intention, a Goal, and a Dream How to Take the Step Towards Achieving the Dream Trust and Stick with the Process Creating Structure The 97/3 Rule How to Shift Focus to the 97% Making a Team Epic Zander's Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals About Our Guest: Zander Sprague is an award-winning public speaker, best-selling author, and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). His mission is to help millions of people make the EPIC choices that create an EPIC life. Drawing on his decades of work experience with companies of all sizes, his education, and events in his own life, Zander guides people to achieve EPIC. With his talks, books, and courses, he helps fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams. Zander has a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Palo Alto University, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History and Psychology from Pitzer College. He is a member of the National Speakers Association, American Counseling Association, and California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors. Connect with Zander Sprague: Zander Sprague's Website Epic_Begins on Instagram Zander Sprague on LinkedIn Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward on YouTube Links and Resources: Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward: How to Plan, Achieve, and Enjoy the Journey by Zander Sprague Connect with John Murphy: LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Facebook If you liked this episode, please don't forget to subscribe, tune in, and share this podcast. Thanks for tuning in!
The guys start the hour wondering what the Beavs and Cougs have to do to get ranked, and are injuries at the receiver positions too much for OSU to overcome against USC. Plus, which Manning would you rather be? Michelle Gardner covers the Sun Devils and joins the Daily Ticker with details on Herm's firing and who could be next in Tempe...and will ASU ever be relevant on the football field.
Dirt wants to call out stupid AP Football Top 25 poll voters for their egregious mistakes. Then the Male Sack with sibling jealousy, and are there any good Rock movies. Dirt needs some therapy and we answer the poll questions.
The guys lament a tough night of MNF Parlays and wonder what could lure Jonathan Smith out of Corvallis, plus did Dan Orlovsky fart on MNF? Then, the Bills look like they're on a mission this season and is Jalen Hurts playing his way into being a top 10 NFL QB. And, is the NBA about to ditch the one and done rule?
The guys feel Bo Nix deserves an apology for writing him off after the loss at Georgia, plus Herm Edwards gets fired at Arizona State and guys wonder what took so long, and if there is anyone who can turn that program into a conference power. Mike Yam joins the Daily Ticker to discuss the great week 3 games for Pac-12 teams, and debate who is the best team in Northwest through the non-conference games.
The guys start unpacking a wild Week 2 of NFL games including incredible comebacks for Tua and the Dolphins and growing concern for the Bengals, Colts and Raiders who have yet to win a ball game. Then some final thoughts on the Pac-12 weekend as Ducks fans seem to be settling into the Dan Lanning style feeling much better after a convincing win over BYU and watching Mario's offense sputter against A&M.
The guys still feeling it from a rough gambling weekend thanks to some ridiculous NFL comebacks, plus more adventures in radio engineering. Then, Sprague is embracing the petty of Broncos fans not giving Russell Wilson any slack. It was a good weekend for Pac-12 teams but is anyone paying attention, and Kalen DeBoer appears to be the right guy for the Huskies.
A book is the best way to establish authority, expedite credibility, and grow a personal brand…and what's even better is getting it done in 30 days or less. In this episode, Jake chats with bestselling author and creator of The 30 Day Book Writing Challenge™, Joshua Sprague, as he reveals how he wrote his first book in 21 days, how to get into a flow state to optimize time, and the #1 technique to maximize productivity. What You'll Learn:How he's helped 8,500 people write their bookHow to get into flow state so you can optimize your time The #1 technique Joshua uses to maximize his productivityHow Joshua wrote his book in 21 daysWhy writing a book is a great marketing play for your businessAfter listening, you'll understand why writing a book is a must-do and a great marketing play for your business. About JoshuaJoshua Sprague is a bestselling author and the creator of The 30 Day Book Writing Challenge™. He has helped over 8000 people write great non-fiction books really fast. He's a husband, father, redhead, and ski addict who has to ski at least 50-100 days a year.Connect with JoshuaJoin The 30 Day Book Writing Challenge™ Check Out Joshua's Upcoming Book - Create First, Consume Second: The Rebellious 25 Minute Morning Ritual That Will Make You Richer, Happier, and More CreativeConnect with JakeFollow Jake - @jakekelferWatch Jake Write And Launch His 4th Book In 90 Days Or Less - Text “BESTSELLER” to (661) 669-7363
This is a very special episode with Joshua Sprague. Felicia took his 30 day book writing course when she wrote her book in 2020. In this episode, we talk about so many important topics like why it's so important to create before you consume and listening to your intuition. With your host & certified life coach, Felicia Broccolo. Podcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Joshua Sprague the30daybookwritingchallenge.com createfirstconsumesecond.com Felica Broccolo, The Impossible Goal Coach: IG: @feliciaannabroccolo Website: createtheimpossiblelife.com Stacy Luckey, The Do It Anyway Coach: IG: @stacyluckey_ Website: thedoitanywaycoach.com #makesomeshithappen!