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During the Break
Barry Wilson! VETERANS DAY RESHARE!

During the Break

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 68:17


VETERANS DAY RESHARE! -- Barry Wilson - they talk about Barry's time in the military, being a guard and Guard Commander at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. They discuss Barry's time in football, starting with playing linebacker at the University of Georgia, coaching with Vince Dooley and Steve Spurrier, coaching in the USFL, his time as head coach at Duke, and what exactly was his job title while working with Nelson Bowers. Great conversation and stories! Please consider leaving us a review on Apple and giving us a share to your friends! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascular Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ The Barn Nursery: https://www.barnnursery.com/ Rent-My-Equipment: https://www.rentmyequipment.com/ Optimize U Chattanooga: https://optimizeunow.com/chattanooga/ Alchemy Medspa and Wellness Center: http://www.alchemychattanooga.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #193– Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 55:56


On this Monday's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by the HBC - Steve Spurrier to discuss the Gators football match-up this past weekend against Texas A&M and Campus USA Play of the Week. Of course, we will have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo of Millhopper's "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and much more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell

Shane Matthews is BACK in studio with Steve Spurrier & Steve Russell to recap Florida's dominant win in College Station along with a look ahead to the HBC Bowl with South Carolina.

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell

It's a Steve & Steve show on Inside the Huddle as the HBC himself,Steve Spurrier, joins Steve Russell to break down Florida's loss to Georgia & look ahead to the final month of the CFB season.

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #191 — Steve Spurrier & Mike Jordan

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 65:08


Happy Halloween! On this Monday's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by Steve Spurrier to discuss this past weekend's football and Campus USA Play of the Week, Robbie Andreu and Mike Jordan for "Yes, No Way, or Maybe"! We have a lot to cover with college football with Rival Week - Florida v. Georgia, and of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper's "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and much more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Locked On SEC Football
SEC Week 9 Predictions, What's Wrong with A&M?, Can UF Hang With UGA?, Can UK Stay Close With the Vols?

Locked On SEC Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 28:14


On today's show, we get you caught up with the latest news Around The Conference ahead of SEC Week 9. Steve Spurrier actually compliments the Tennessee Volunteers! Also, we'll talk about the debacle in College Station with college football analyst Taylor McHargue. Can Jimbo still turn this thing around for Texas A&M? And we'll give you our picks for the Week 9 slate - Can Auburn beat Arkansas? Will Georgia crush Florida? Does Kentucky have a chance to beat Tennessee? Does Ole Miss bounce back at A&M? And does Mizzou scare South Carolina? Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisGordy and @LockedOnSEC Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock If you or someone you love is experiencing embarrassing sweat or odor try Sweatblock. Save 20% with promo codeLocked On at sweatblock.com. Also available on Amazon. LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” 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! Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 1: Steve Spurrier

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:17


Paul Finebaum is joined by CFB Hall of Famer and former Florida Head Coach Steve Spurrier. Spurrier shares stories from his time as head coach of the Gators, his thoughts on the team this year, and previews some of the weekend's biggest matchups. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #187 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 63:04


It's Monday, and you know what that means! On today's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC- Steve Spurrier! We have a lot to cover from this past weekend with the Gator's game against LSU, and of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and much more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 10-13 THURSDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 43:39 Very Popular


LIVE from Harrah's Cherokee Casino's Caesars SportsBook in North Carolina! Chuck opens by talking about being on this SEC list. Chris Cotter from the ACC Network talks the conference. Connor O'Gara of Saturday Down South talks Alabama-Tennessee and the SEC.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 10-13 THURSDAY HOUR 1

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 43:39


LIVE from Harrah's Cherokee Casino's Caesars SportsBook in North Carolina! Chuck opens by talking about being on this SEC list. Chris Cotter from the ACC Network talks the conference. Connor O'Gara of Saturday Down South talks Alabama-Tennessee and the SEC.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #185 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 62:59


It's Monday, and you know what that means! On today's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC - Steve Spurrier! We have a lot to cover this past weekend with the Gator's game against Missouri, the week ahead, and of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #183 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 62:46


On this Monday's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC, Steve Spurrier! We have a lot to talk about especially the Gators Football match this past weekend against Eastern Washinton, and of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #181 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 64:16


On this Monday episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC, Steve Spurrier! We have a ton to catch up on from this past weekend and, of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

WNML All Audio Main Channel
Steve Spurrier - Former Florida & South Carolina Football Coach On Sports Talk (9.20.22)

WNML All Audio Main Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:01


Former Florida & South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier joined John & Jimmy on SportsTalk to discuss the Vols/Gators rivalry, coaching against the Vols, share his thoughts on were each program is now and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WNML All Audio Main Channel
Sports Talk Hour # 1 (9.20.22)

WNML All Audio Main Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:50


Hour one of today's SportsTalk with John & Jimmy featured, News & Notes, former Vol Hoops coach Buzz Peterson, former Florida & South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier, Vol Football and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SportsTalk
Steve Spurrier - Former Florida & South Carolina Football Coach On Sports Talk (9.20.22)

SportsTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:01


Former Florida & South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier joined John & Jimmy on SportsTalk to discuss the Vols/Gators rivalry, coaching against the Vols, share his thoughts on were each program is now and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SportsTalk
Sports Talk Hour # 1 (9.20.22)

SportsTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:50


Hour one of today's SportsTalk with John & Jimmy featured, News & Notes, former Vol Hoops coach Buzz Peterson, former Florida & South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier, Vol Football and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WNML All Audio Main Channel
Steve Spurrier - Former Florida & South Carolina Football Coach On Sports Talk (9.20.22)

WNML All Audio Main Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:01


Former Florida & South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier joined John & Jimmy on SportsTalk to discuss the Vols/Gators rivalry, coaching against the Vols, share his thoughts on were each program is now and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WNML All Audio Main Channel
Sports Talk Hour # 1 (9.20.22)

WNML All Audio Main Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:50


Hour one of today's SportsTalk with John & Jimmy featured, News & Notes, former Vol Hoops coach Buzz Peterson, former Florida & South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier, Vol Football and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saturday Sports Talk
Steve Spurrier - Former Florida & South Carolina Football Coach On Sports Talk (9.20.22)

Saturday Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:01


Former Florida & South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier joined John & Jimmy on SportsTalk to discuss the Vols/Gators rivalry, coaching against the Vols, share his thoughts on were each program is now and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saturday Sports Talk
Sports Talk Hour # 1 (9.20.22)

Saturday Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:50


Hour one of today's SportsTalk with John & Jimmy featured, News & Notes, former Vol Hoops coach Buzz Peterson, former Florida & South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier, Vol Football and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Steve Spurrier with Joey Johnston during USF-Florida Pregame Show

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 7:45


We had quite the special guest at the Swamp during the pregame show as the Bulls were getting set to take on the Gators.

Willets Pod
The ELAINE Show 2: Claire de Lune (and not Jessica Wuetschner)

Willets Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 18:20


By Jesse SpectorI woke up on Sunday and looked at the score. I'd been awake when the game was played, but I didn't tune in, or figure out how to tune in, or keep up with what was going on as it happened. I had been dialed in on catching up on the day of college football, after coming home from the APOTO Dollars 4 Dingers fundraiser raffle and Mets-Pirates game. I knew the game was happening, but I avoided it.It wasn't because I didn't want it spoiled. I barely even know what anything means when I watch. The game was Essendon against Richmond, round 4 of this AFLW season — the Australian women's football league — and, as it stood when it got underway, the biggest creative block I'd faced in years. It was all over something so simple, a Q-and-A with Jessica Wuetschner, the Essendon forward who I've followed on Twitter, and who for some reason follows me back, and agreed to talk about her sport.I've been curious about Australian football since the first time I heard about it, and I've watched more hours of it than anything else on Earth that I do not understand. The mystery is part of the appeal. What is this confounding sport of “disposals” and “behinds” and “marks” all about? I know it's good when the official, who used to wear a huge-brimmed hat when I first became aware of the sport, does double finger guns. That's the signal for the scoring play.As the years have gone on, technology really has made the world a smaller place, and it's rather easily illustrated by Australian football becoming more available – on satellite in bars, then on specialty channels like Fox Soccer Plus, and now online through the AFL's own site. Or through Willets Pen, right here. Here are the highlights of Essendon-Richmond.I have a much better idea now of what's happening than I ever did before, and that's not just from watching, but because I've started to pay more attention, ever since AFLW, the women's league, grabbed me and my insomnia a couple of years ago.A lot of the time, women's leagues are derided because – okay, because misogyny – but also because, like, you're not seeing the tippy-top, upper-echelon level of the sport as played by men. The same people who deride women's leagues here also often happen to be college football fans, so go ahead and ask them sometime about that dichotomy and watch their brains explode.Take the WNBA, where the Las Vegas Aces just beat the Connecticut Sun to win the title in Becky Hammon's first year as coach. Now, read that again, and think about how that sentence would have read in 1997. The WNBA has evolved in its own way, and taken the sport in new directions. If you want to see innovation in basketball right now, it's the W where you need to be looking, not to the league that's quickly turning into Formula 1 for tall guys – and that's said with all respect, because it's fabulously compelling, but simultaneously strategized and optimized within an inch of its life.What women's leagues have, and what the ones that succeed take advantage of, is a blank slate. They are not trying to be a direct replica of whatever the local men's league is, but to push the artistry of their sport in new directions, their own directions, bringing fans along as they build it. In America, with the Aces, look no further than Kelsey Plum, the Olympic gold medalist in 3x3 basketball, and now WNBA All-Star Game MVP and champion. Plum already was really good, and the things that the WNBA has gotten right, have put her in position to be a legend, right alongside A'ja Wilson and Chelsea Gray, Vegas teammates themselves carving out legacies.In Australia, Wuetschner has done her own scrawling on the early pages of a league's history book. She's Brisbane's leading career goalkicker with 37 in her six seasons there, and now eighth in league history with 40 total goals, thanks to three so far this campaign for expansion Essendon. Also, she was struck by lightning while working as a stevedore, very open about the ensuing mental health issues, and came back in 2021 and scored two goals in the Grand Final. Don't think it doesn't mess with my head to have someone agree to chat with me, just me, not me with a press pass around my neck because I work for someplace. She's a freakin' rockstar — look at this in the biggest game of her life, even if you know nothing about her sport whatsoever.She didn't score in this weekend's game. Well, that's not true. She did score, one point, on a behind – the consolation point for missing a kick wide of the big goalposts. Goals and behinds, that's how they score — and Essendon lost its round 4 game by two points – 26-24, or 3.8-3.6, or 26 (3.8)-24 (3.6). Had that behind been a goal, well… ifs and buts are the familiar language of all sports, aren't they?Essendon is second in AFLW with 27 goals, and also second with 33 behinds in four games. Brisbane, Wuetschner's old team, leads the league in both categories… and they're 4-0. Scoring is good, and lots of behinds means that you're getting lots of scoring opportunities, and that's starting to seem rather familiar in a hockey way, and… hmm, Essendon's next game is against Collingwood, the team with the second-fewest points in the league, and…It can be hard, when you're excited about something, not to fall so hard into it that you lose what you enjoyed about it in the first place. I want to understand Australian football, but do I? When I understand something, I start having opinions about it. I start finding sources of stress in it. I… I know I'm not the only one. I know that burnout is real, and that “do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life” is among the biggest lies that capitalism ever told.I spent 20 years working in sports, right from the time I got out of college, a dream come true that started with taking high school football scores on the phone at the Daily News and took me so many incredible places. I did love it, but it was absolutely work, and I found my love waning as the years went on. I knew the danger was there, and had long said that if sportswriting wasn't a fun job, then you might as well go do something else, because there's no sense in working that hard, for that amount of money, if you're not all in. Not to mention, the world doesn't need so many white male sportswriters in their 40s. Let's hear some other voices.I'm working outside of sports now, and my relationship with sports has never been healthier than it has over the last few months since I quit my old job. I don't have to pretend – I probably didn't have to pretend, but I did have to pretend for myself – that it's okay to have different levels of care about different things, and that those levels can rise and fall.There was a point where I recognized, and I'm far from the only journalist of my generation who did, that pretending to be completely objective is stupid, and that it is, in fact, responsible to admit your biases. Hockey people know that Greg Wyshynski is a Devils fan, for instance, and nobody really cares, because Greg knows the sport up and down, and he's open about how his fandom formed his understanding of the game.There's something different in admitting ignorance. Among the lofty goals of journalism is providing an expert voice, and – I don't know how much of this is just me, and how much is more relatable, because we don't talk about these things – admitting that you don't know stuff is a sign of weakness. And if it's not externally, it sure is internally.The only episode of The ELAINE Show that's aired so far is my chat with Craig Calcaterra about baseball's antitrust exemption. It was a great time, and the next one, with Claire de Lune about the Knicks, was plenty of fun, too. You can listen to it at the top of this page, in fact. (Claire de Lune? Remember Claire de Lune? It's a podcast with Claire de Lune.)This interview with Jessica was initially meant to be an ELAINE Show episode, except that Essendon, much like the New Jersey Devils under Lou Lamoriello, have a no-podcast policy for players. Fine. It's in-season, I know full well that different teams in different leagues have different policies, let alone in different sports on different continents. The policy actually saved us some trouble, because getting a good quality podcast recording set up between New York and Melbourne is not easy.We ended up having a really nice interview, and I was going to get it transcribed and post it here. Then I read the transcript, and it turned out that I was Chris Farley interviewing Paul McCartney.How could I struggle so badly with something that I've done hundreds of times before? That, more than “what's a disposal?” became the question gnawing at me, and unlike so much writing, wasn't something that I could solve by simply pounding through it.It's not like I've never had a long conversation before and walked away feeling like I got nothing from it. I interviewed Derek Jeter dozens of times in his career and nobody has ever been more polite in answering every question you have while saying not a damn thing. But this was different. I'd had a good conversation with Jess, felt like I came away having learned a bit more about her sport… and yet the transcript didn't feel that way at all.Was it really like that? I don't know. It's easy enough to chalk it up to something that was going to be a podcast, turning into not a podcast, and a struggle to adjust. It quickly went from being about Australian football to being a referendum on myself and my ability to do Willets Pen. I couldn't run it as it was, I couldn't figure out how to make it something that would read at all, and I couldn't move on to anything else until I cleared this block that very quickly became almost existential.I know that I felt like I wasted Jess' time, betrayed an unspoken promise to her, and failed in what I really wanted to do, which was to learn more about this sport, which is so fun, but which learning about is so scary because of my own tendency to ruin things.So, I'm not going to run it, because I know that it would be a waste of your time to read me bumbling not only through Australian football, but through my own understanding of what I set out to do with the interview, because that absolutely wasn't “divert into talking about various basic things about Australia that Siri could answer, let alone a Google search.”Tasmania, where Jess is from, is about the size of South Carolina, or about 19 times the size of Long Island… Long Island's population of 7.6 million is about 14 times the population of Tasmania. That was knowable information without talking to the first goalkicker in Essendon Bombers Women's history, in a game that was moved from Port Melbourne Oval to the larger Marvel Stadium because of the demand.“I've been lucky to play in some pretty big games before,” Jess said. “So, the thought of playing in front of a big crowd, I wasn't any more nervous. I wasn't too concerned about that. But the atmosphere and the level of, just, sound – and feeling – in the stadium that night, it was just electric. It even outdid my expectations in terms of the feeling within, the fans, the team, the clubs. It was, I don't know, electric is the only word I can come up with, because you're kind of buzzing the whole time, while obviously playing football and focusing on that. Like, if anything happened, anything big happened, you just heard this overarching, just ooh or ahh, through the whole stadium. It was crazy.”That reads just fine, but the transcript is mostly not like that. Or at least it doesn't feel mostly like that. It feels mostly like this part:Me: The scoring gets confusing because the score gets, like, it was seven, parentheses, eleven. How does that work? I know it's goals plus behinds equals…Jess: Yeah.Me: You've come up with a sport that has algebra in it.Jess: I don't know. I don't know algebra.Me: So, how many points is a goal?Jess: A goal is six points, and a behind is one point.Me: Okay.Jess: And you just add them together.Me: So, 6x+y=score.Jess: Yeah.Me: You could say the same for American football. We just, we… but do they refer… like, when you say the score… (somehow, a digression from this)All that to eventually find out that when you talk about the score of, say, this week's Essendon game, it was 26-24. Or 24-26. We didn't talk about whether you say winner or home team first. Partly because I was busy getting in my own head even then, partly because for as torturous as that bit is to read, it really only took a few seconds in real time.That's how I got tripped up by an extremely simple format, with the cascading effect being a feeling of… if I can't do this simple thing, a thing that was the backbone of my early career – offbeat one-on-one interviews – what am I even doing here? Certainly, I made the right decision to leave the business, but what am I doing here? Should've just given up.Except, what I'm doing here isn't what I was doing early in my career. Admitting a level of ignorance, and seeking out greater understanding of something – for greater appreciation of it – is much different than talking to Orlando Hudson about Steve Spurrier turning around South Carolina football back in the day. And it's not an extremely simple format. The ELAINE Show requires that I actually do have some level of knowledge about the subject, so that I know what questions to ask.I do want to learn more about Australian football, so that I can root for Jess with Essendon and wherever she goes, so that I can root for my best friend's favorite team, St. Kilda, and so that I can appreciate what I'm seeing when I watch a sport that seems like chaos, but does have rules and strategy and so much more to appreciate than, “wow, this seems like real-life Calvinball” and “ref does the finger guns.”Did I set a trap for myself by reaching out halfway around the world to interview someone I admire about their specialty, a thing that I'm curious but openly ignorant about? Certainly, nobody is better than me at sabotaging me. Except, I got ahead of that jerk by being here at Willets Pen, where I don't have to keep trying to make a podcast concept into something written, and can instead let the lesson of the lost ELAINE episode be that the plan you thought you had doesn't have to be the plan you go with, just to prove that it was a good plan.And that sometimes scoring points in Australian football is bad. That's still confusing, but not just to me.“My partner, who's British, used to cheer when we got a behind,” Jess said. “And I was like, ‘What are you doing? Like, this is not... you don't cheer a behind. It's not a good thing to get a behind, unless you need one point to win a game.”You might not cheer a behind, but you don't say no to the point on the scoreboard. I did wind up learning about this sport, and I'm not scared anymore to keep learning. I have a blank slate, too, and I can learn how to love and appreciate sports in a healthier way than I ever have before.Just as the WNBA is not the NBA, Essendon is not the Knicks. My relationship with AFLW will be one forged, for me, as an adult. And what I do here will be different than my career. It's okay if I'm dumb about some things, which fundamentally I knew because that's the entire point of The ELAINE Show. I just wasn't ready for how dumb I really am. It just means there's that much more to learn. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willetspen.substack.com/subscribe

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #179 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:23


On this Monday episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC, Steve Spurrier! We have a ton to catch up on from this past weekend and, of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Let Them Eat Takes
No. 038 - God Save the Coach!

Let Them Eat Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 49:16


Today, we're talking about one of college football's most celebrated dynasties (not Alabama, though we'll get to them). Jonathan asks the most important question in the sport: how bad is Iowa's offense, really? Kevin thinks there's something wrong with Stetson Bennett, Scott reassesses Greyson Lambert's record setting game that made Steve Spurrier want to quit, and Justin found another baffling case of public domain laws being exploited to horrifying ends. We'll also talk about that performance which is the Atlanta Falcons surrendering leads (and whether Kenley Jansen wants to jump on that bandwagon).

84 Reasons
Jacquez Green Conversation

84 Reasons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 38:48


This week Ben sits down with former Gators Football All American and National Champion Jacquez Green to talk about what he has been up to since he retired from football, what it was like playing under Steve Spurrier and the legacy he has helped leave at the University of Florida. 

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #177 - Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:21


On this Monday's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC - Steve Spurrier We have a ton to cover for this past weekend and, of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Dear Ol' State
Catching Up On The Pass Catchers With Mississippi State's Steve Spurrier Jr.

Dear Ol' State

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 19:42


After a fantastic showing against Memphis, Mississippi State's receivers will look for a repeat performance this Saturday at Arizona. On the latest episode of Dear Ol' State, MSU outside receivers coach Steve Spurrier, Jr. joins Joel Coleman and Logan Lowery to talk about his guys. The Dear Ol' State podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Just search for Dear Ol' State.

Dear Ol' State
Catching Up On The Pass Catchers With Mississippi State's Steve Spurrier Jr.

Dear Ol' State

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 19:42


After a fantastic showing against Memphis, Mississippi State's receivers will look for a repeat performance this Saturday at Arizona. On the latest episode of Dear Ol' State, MSU outside receivers coach Steve Spurrier, Jr. joins Joel Coleman and Logan Lowery to talk about his guys. The Dear Ol' State podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Just search for Dear Ol' State.

Dear Ol' State
Catching Up On The Pass Catchers With Mississippi State's Steve Spurrier Jr.

Dear Ol' State

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 19:42


After a fantastic showing against Memphis, Mississippi State's receivers will look for a repeat performance this Saturday at Arizona. On the latest episode of Dear Ol' State, MSU outside receivers coach Steve Spurrier, Jr. joins Joel Coleman and Logan Lowery to talk about his guys. The Dear Ol' State podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Just search for Dear Ol' State.

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell
Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell Rewind 9-6-2022

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 62:57


On this week's edition of "Inside the Huddle", Steve Russell, Shane Matthews, and the HBC break down the Gators thrilling victory over Utah. Also, the guys look ahead to a loaded Week Two CFB slate, including Florida v. Kentucky.

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #175 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 63:27


On this Monday episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC, Steve Spurrier! We have a ton to catch up on from this past weekend and, of course, we'll have our segments like Hesser & Kipke's “Three Things”, Leonardo's of Millhopper "Quick Picks", and Hand Law's “The Starting Lineup". All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell
Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell 8-30-22

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 58:26


The Head Ball Coach Steve Spurrier joins Former Gator QB Shane Matthews and WRUF's Steve Russell as they kick off the week looking into Gators football week one match up against Utah. Also, discussed week zero of college football.

1010XL Florida Gators Podcast Channel
Gators Roundtable 2022: Steve Spurrier, Chris Doering, Shane Matthews and Dan Hicken preview 2022

1010XL Florida Gators Podcast Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 39:23


Florida football is BACK, and so is Gators Roundtable. Steve Spurrier, Chris Doering, Shane Matthews and Dan Hicken sit down at Spurrier's Gridiron Grille in Gainesville to preview the start of the Billy Napier era. The guys talk recruiting, Anthony Richardson, Utah and Napier himself. Gators Roundtable is presented by Safe Harbor Seafood. 

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #173 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 60:23


In this episode, we are joined by the HBC- Steve Spurrier! Pat will discuss football and other sports!

AP Pro Football Podcast
Fight For It

AP Pro Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 49:25


Former NFL quarterback Danny Wuerffel, the 1996 Heisman Trophy Winner, and retired NFL running back Tim Hightower join host Rob Maaddi to discuss several topics. Wuerffel talks about leading Florida to a national title, his NFL career, his work at Desire Street Ministries and with The Wuerffel Foundation plus his relationship with his former coach Steve Spurrier. Hightower discusses overcoming a devastating knee injury and releasing a new book plus his new role with the Washington Commanders.  

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell
Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell 8-23-22

Inside The Huddle With Steve Spurrier, Shane Matthews and Steve Russell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 60:43


The Head Ball Coach Steve Spurrier joins Former Gator QB Shane Matthews and WRUF's Steve Russell to talk about the world of College Football.

The Daily Crow
August 22nd, 2022

The Daily Crow

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 105:42


Topics include Dakereon Joyner, Steve Spurrier, Rattler's mobility, offensive line play and more. Plus, Stephen Garcia joins the show for his weekly segment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #171 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 58:04


Woah, it's already Monday? Today our guest is the HBC himself, Steve Spurrier! Hang on tight folks... just a couple more days until the first game of the season!

The Daily Crow
August 16th, 2022

The Daily Crow

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 106:22


Topics include JuJu McDowell, how Steve Spurrier changed the culture, why has USC football been average for over 100 years?, Braves-Mets series and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Fish Tank: Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep
Kevin Carter: Truth, Justice, and The American Way

The Fish Tank: Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 57:25


Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep No ordinary defender could possibly stand out in the shadow of two of the most famous offenses in football history - The University of Florida's Fun ‘n' Gun and the St. Louis Rams' “Greatest Show on Turf” - but Kevin Carter was anything but ordinary. At 6-6, 305 pounds, Carter's presence was felt the moment he walked into a room or onto a field, but it was his rare combination of freakish strength, athleticism, and intelligence that transformed this mild-mannered zoology major into a gridiron superhero. Joining OJ and Seth in The Fish Tank, Kevin fondly reflects on his Gators' experience and how Steve Spurrier's dynamic personality won him over (2:43), shares details of his journey from college All-American to becoming the first defensive player selected in the 1995 NFL Draft and trying to figure out the league and himself on a struggling Rams franchise, to becoming an All-Pro for a Super Bowl champion (10:12) and reveals how a star defensive player finds his way among flashy offenses that featured the likes of Fred Taylor, Errict Rhett, Danny Wuerffel, Reidel Anthony, and Ike Hilliard in Gainesville and Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, and Torry Holt in St. Louis (15:31). Kevin goes on to reveal the phone call from Jason Taylor that helped bring him to Miami in 2005 and why his Dolphins tenure was the most fun day-to-day life he lived as a professional despite Nick Saban's physically demanding practices (22:43), discusses how fortunate young players like Channing Crowder and Matt Roth were to be surrounded by the Dolphins' veteran leadership (30:40), and provides his perspective on JT's epic post-game locker room tirade in Cleveland (34:44). Finally, this NFL Iron Man opens up about playing in an impossible 224 straight games (starting 219) over the course of his 14-year career (42:34) before tackling The Fish Tank Two-Minute Drill and calling our first-ever timeout (52:33)! Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd, Alex Bitchatchi, and Dolphins Productions. Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #169 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 60:57


Woah, it's already Monday? Today our guest is the HBC himself, Steve Spurrier! Then, Ernest Graham, former Gator Great running back, joins the program!

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay
Sport Scene With Steve Russell 08-12-22

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 130:03


Sport Scene Rewind: On Friday's show Steve Russell was joined by Gator Great ball coach Steve Spurrier to talk about the one year anniversary of Spurriers Gridiron Grille and Beat writer Joshua Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune joined to discuss Gators Football and Utah Football matchup September 3rd. #GoGators Chompchomp

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #167 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:20


Woah, it's already Monday? Today our guest is the HBC himself, Steve Spurrier! We have a lot to catch up on over the weekend and, of course, our Monday segments, like Adam's Rib "Gator of the Weekend", the Hesser & Kipke “Three Things", and a new Hand Law segment! All that, and a whole lot more, LIVE at 2:00 PM ET!

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-3-22 SEC Insider Hit 2.0: Win Totals

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:43


In the SEC Insider Hit the guys talk college football win totals. The guys discuss what coaches like Steve Spurrier would be like if they embraced recruiting. Bo and Blake talk about the consistent success on Nick Saban. The guys discuss college football win totals and the teams that are favored in every regular season game. Bo and Blake discuss Oklahoma and if they are that much different than a program like Ole Miss. The guys discuss the ease of Oklahoma's schedule versus Mississippi State's. Bo and Blake discuss Mike Leach's recruiting and why he can't seem to attract top wide receivers despite a pass heavy offense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-1 MONDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 43:39 Very Popular


Chuck opens the show by talking about the future of the Georgia-Florida/Florida-Georgia game in Jacksonville. Pete Fiutak of College Football News joins the show. David Murray of Dawgs Bite Magazine talks some Mississippi State Bulldogs.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #165 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 59:47


On this Monday's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC, Steve Spurrier! We have a lot to catch up on over the weekend and, of course, our Monday segments, like Adam's Rib "Gator of the Weekend", the Hesser & Kipke “Three Things", the "Hand Law" Starting Lineup, Leonardo's at Millhopper "Quick Picks", and a couple of new segments!

Another Dooley Noted Podcast
Episode #163 — Steve Spurrier

Another Dooley Noted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 59:43


On this Monday's episode of Another Dooley Noted Podcast, Pat is joined by HBC- Steve Spurrier!

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 4: Steve Spurrier

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 50:26


Key, Jay and Freddie talk about the possibly of Donovan Mitchell going to the Knicks, and Steve joined the show to talk about all the changes that are going on in college football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Golic and Wingo
Hour 4: Steve Spurrier

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 50:26


Key, Jay and Freddie talk about the possibly of Donovan Mitchell going to the Knicks, and Steve joined the show to talk about all the changes that are going on in college football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices