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dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast with Eddie Morelos S3 E11 week 11 11 10 2022

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 25:56


Eddie Morelos, Media Relations Director for the Sun Bowl Association, gives us this week's 411 on all that is happening with the upcoming Sun Bowl events and makes his picks on the Chick fil A Sun Bowl U pick em contest and your chance to win tickets to the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl game on December 30th.....

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
SportsTalk Wednesday, October 2: Bernie Olivas & Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Watch featuring KTSM's Colin Deaver, Plus Jay Jaffe on World Series Baseball

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 39:44


dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast S3 E10 week 9 10 25 2022

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 29:07


You still have a chance to play for tickets to this year's Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl with the Chic fil A You Pick em contest.  Go to Sunbowl.org and make your picks

dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast 10 19 2022 S3 E10 Week 8

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 26:57


Eddie Morelos talks about everything Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl and how you can buy tickets right now.

The Official Mean Green Podcast
#GMGcast: Abner Haynes and Dr. Leon King

The Official Mean Green Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022


On this episode of #GMGCast, Zac Babb and Hank Dickenson talk with two North Texas legends and trailblazers in Abner Haynes and Dr. Leon King. We discuss their time at North Texas, their struggles against racism while integrating college football in the state of Texas, their careers after they graduated, and the unveiling of the new Unity Plaza honoring them for their accomplishments both on and off the field. That's followed up by a trip down the corridor of years in “Babbling with Hank.” This time, Zac and Hank are joined by former North Texas student-athlete and Hall of Famer C. Dan Smith to recount the 1959 football season. Smith was a part of that team that included the Mean Green's first ever ranking in the AP Poll as well as a berth in the 1959 Sun Bowl in El Paso. 0:00 - Podcast introductions 1:24 - Dr. Leon King introduction 2:10 - King on why he went to North Texas 3:36 - Influences from the coaching staff 5:39 - Reaction from teammates when first getting to North Texas 9:21 - Realizing the magnitude of what was happening 11:01 - Close bonds of the team through the years 12:53 - Life after football at North Texas 17:42 - Thoughts on the new Unity Plaza 19:31 - Abner Haynes introduction 23:13 - Finding your way to football 24:45 - Best advice from your dad 27:07 - Creating a new family at North Texas 30:09 - Choosing the AFL after North Texas 32:54 - Thoughts on Unity Plaza 36:03 - “Babbling with Hank,” the 1959 North Texas football team with C. Dan Smith

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
SportsTalk Wednesday, October 5: UTEP Basketball's Shamar Givance and Jonathan Dos Anjos, Volleyball Coach Ben Wallis, AJ Hotchkins and Bernie Olivas of the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 122:29


The Fan Morning Show
No, if you go over there you're not coming back

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 13:28


Colin says people used to change after the gym. Now folks wear their workout clothes all the time. When did that change? Dorin talked about the Sun Bowl. 

dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl with Eddie Morelos S3 E8 week 5 09 29 2022

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 21:33


Eddie Morelos, Media Relations Director of the Sun Bowl Association tells us about coming events and how you can win tickets to the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl.  This is week 5 of the College Football season.

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
SportsTalk Wednesday, September 21: UTEP Football Preview Versus Boise State and Bernie Olivas Plus Mayor Oscar Leeser Make Sun Bowl Watch Picks

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 97:28


Idaho Sports Talk
BOB WITH A UTEP PREVIEW - AND FAMOUS ALUMS OF THE SCHOOL

Idaho Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 8:47


BRONCO FOCUS EVERY MONDAY-FRIDAY AT 3:45 P.M.: Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State athletics, joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about the UTEP Miners - hosting Boise State on Friday night in El Paso, Texas. Plus, Sun Bowl facts and famous alums of the school.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Prater & The Ballgame
BOB WITH A UTEP PREVIEW - AND FAMOUS ALUMS OF THE SCHOOL

Prater & The Ballgame

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 8:47


BRONCO FOCUS EVERY MONDAY-FRIDAY AT 3:45 P.M.: Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State athletics, joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about the UTEP Miners - hosting Boise State on Friday night in El Paso, Texas. Plus, Sun Bowl facts and famous alums of the school.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Prater & The Ballgame
BOB WITH A UTEP PREVIEW - AND FAMOUS ALUMS OF THE SCHOOL

Prater & The Ballgame

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 8:47


BRONCO FOCUS EVERY MONDAY-FRIDAY AT 3:45 P.M.: Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State athletics, joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about the UTEP Miners - hosting Boise State on Friday night in El Paso, Texas. Plus, Sun Bowl facts and famous alums of the school.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast with Eddie Morelos S3 E6 week 3 09 16 2022

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 34:19


Eddie Morelos Media Relations Director for the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl and the Sun Bowl Association talks about upcoming events and how you can win tickets to this year's Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl....

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
SportsTalk Wednesday, September 14: Jay Jaffe of Fangraphs, Bernie Olivas and Lane Frank Make Weekly College Football Picks for the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Watch, Plus Rob Jones Talks About His Trip to El Paso

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 92:00


Y11 Audio
Y11 Audio: Wearing Red, Even Though It's Louisiana Week

Y11 Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 39:52


Welcome to another episode of Y11 Audio!While this seems like an ideal time to break out the green and white shirts, the EMU AAUP teachers' union voted to go on strike until everybody receives a fair contract that includes healthcare benefits. Until the strike is over, I'll be wearing red instead of my school colors. If you support the union, please sign this petition: https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/stand-with-eastern-michigan-university-faculty?source=direct_link&It's Week 2 which means EMU is headed south to square off against Louisiana, reigning champions of the Sun Bowl. For as great as Louisiana has been lately, there's still a big chance for an upset by the Eagles. New head coach, new quarterback, who knows?For this episode, let's re-review some things from last week's win over EKU, present my Week 1 MAC power rankings, and give a light breakdown of the Louisiana Cajuns football team. Y11 Audio is available via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and basically wherever else podcasts are found.Reach out to the showTwitter: @ARAlvarado13 | @YpsiElevenEmail: ypsieleven@gmail.com. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.ypsi11.com

dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast S3 E5 week 1 09 01 2022 chic fil A you pick em contest

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 23:45


Eddie Morelos, host of the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl tells us about how you can win tickets to this year's game.

PlaybyPlay
9/1/2022 Central Michigan vs. Oklahoma St Free NCAA Football Picks and Predictions

PlaybyPlay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 1:36


Central Michigan vs. Oklahoma St College Football Pick Prediction 9/1/2022 by Tony T. Central Michigan vs. Oklahoma St—Jim McElwain returns for his fourth season at Central Michigan. The program finished at 9-4 last year and defeated Washington St in the Sun Bowl. Seven starters return on offense but only four to the defense. The offense has balance and the teams leading ground gainer from 2021 returns in back Lew Nichols. He ran the ball 341 yards last year. Daniel Richardson returns for his sophomore season under center. He led a passing game sitting 27th in the nation with 267 yards per game.

The Republic of Football
The ROF: Week 0 Recap – North Texas Prevails Over Conference USA Bunkmate UTEP - Episode 216 (August 28, 2022)

The Republic of Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022


The Sunday recap edition of the Republic of Football is back! 45,971 fans in attendance at the Sun Bowl for a big Conference USA opener, and the Mean Green showcased their talent and poise on both sides of the ball with a 31-13 win over the UTEP Miners. Plus, hear from North Texas QB Austin Aune and LB KD Davis after their win and El Paso Pebble Hills shut out who?

MinerTalk
MinerTalk: North Texas Spoils Sun Bowl Sellout in 31-13 Win Over UTEP

MinerTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 87:32


MinerTalk: North Texas Spoils Sun Bowl Sellout in 31-13 Win Over UTEP

Underdog Dynasty
C-USA: Week 0 Preview with Adrian Broaddus

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 31:27


With three C-USA games built into the first weekend of college football, it's time to take a hard look at the matchups. Joe Londergan and Eric Henry are joined by Adrian Broaddus of 600 ESPN El Paso for this conversation, including some insider insights into Saturday night's matchup between UTEP and North Texas at the Sun Bowl. Happy Football watching! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
SportsTalk Thursday, August 25: Sam West of the UTEP Ticket Office, Bernie Olivas for the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Watch and NMSU Director of Broadcasting Adam Young

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 81:09


SportsTalk Thursday, August 25: Sam West of the UTEP Ticket Office, Bernie Olivas for the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Watch and NMSU Director of Broadcasting Adam Young

Hurricanes Weekly
Nick Saban with Joe Z Interview 8-26-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 3:51


A man of vision who has a proven record of championship success, head coach Nick Saban has returned the University of Alabama to the top of the college football landscape with his commitment to building the total program. After the victory over Clemson in the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Saban joined Paul "Bear" Bryant as the only two coaches to win five national titles in the modern era. Beginning his 11th season in Tuscaloosa, Saban's uncompromising dedication to excellence in every phase of the program has resulted four national championships over the last seven years. A seven-time National Coach of the Year, Saban has achieved resounding success as a head coach and has earned a reputation as an outstanding tactician, leader, organizer and motivator. Those qualities have sparked impressive turnarounds at every stop of his career. Saban's consistent approach and disciplined leadership are the reasons his teams are known for exhibiting grit, determination and resilience, often overcoming adversity to achieve victory. Saban's 2016 squad completed an undefeated regular season for the first time since 2009 and secured the program's 26th SEC Championship – the third straight for the program – and the fourth in the last five years. The Tide defeated Washington in the semifinals of the College Football Playoff in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (24-7), before dropping a stunning 34-31 game to Clemson in the CFP National Championship Game in Tampa, Fla. Alabama finished with a 14-1 record after defeating nine ranked teams and 11 teams that qualified for bowl games during the 2016 season. Alabama finished the year No. 2 in the national polls. Saban, who was named the SEC Coach of the Year and Munger Award National Coach of the Year (presented by the Maxwell Football Club), had five players earn first team All-America honors – Jonathan Allen, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Reuben Foster, Marlon Humphrey and Cam Robinson. Allen also captured the Nagurski Trophy and the Bednarik Award, both of which go to the national defensive player of the year, and the Hendricks Award as the nation's top defensive end, while Foster won the Butkus Award that is given to the nation's best linebacker, and Robinson captured the Outland Trophy. The senior class posted a NCAA-record 51-6 record from 2013-16 and a 64-7 over the last six years which is also the best in NCAA annals.   Saban has compiled a 205-61-1 (.770) record as a college head coach and has gone 112-13 (.896) in the past nine seasons in Tuscaloosa, which includes a 64-8 (.889) mark in regular season conference play. In 2016, the Tide reached the 10-win milestone for the ninth consecutive season and won 11 or more games for the sixth straight year, which extended the conference record. Saban is 12-2 all time in conference or national championship games. Alabama has been ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll for at least one week for nine straight years, which broke the all-time record of seven established by Miami (1986-92). Alabama extended its streak of consecutive weeks in the AP Top 25 to 145 weeks, the longest in school history. The 2015 team secured the Crimson Tide's fourth national championship in the last seven years. They became the first team to win back-to-back Southeastern Conference Championships in 17 years (Tennessee, 1997-98) and were the only program to earn an invitation to each of the first two College Football Playoffs. Saban led his team to victories in the final 12 games of the season, including wins at No. 8 Georgia, at No. 9 Texas A&M, vs. No. 4 LSU, at No. 17 Mississippi State, against No. 18 Florida in the SEC Championship Game, vs. No. 3 Michigan State in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl and over No. 1 Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. The senior class won a school-record 50 games (50-6) over their four years with three SEC Championships and two national titles. The Crimson Tide featured Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry, who also captured the Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year and Doak Walker Award. Ryan Kelly won the Rimington Trophy as the nation's top center. Linebacker Reggie Ragland was a finalist for the Butkus Award, Nagurski Trophy and the Bednarik Award, while A'Shawn Robinson was a finalist for Outland Trophy. The offensive line was also awarded the Joe Moore Award, which goes to the nation's toughest line. All four of the Tide's finalists garnered first team All-America honors, while Eddie Jackson was a second-team selection. Henry set school records for rushing yards (2,219), rushing touchdowns (28), rushing attempts (395) and all-purpose yardage (2,310). A trademark of Saban-coached teams, the Tide ranked among the nation's best on both sides of the ball, checking in at No. 1 in the country in rushing defense, No. 3 in total defense and scoring defense, and eighth in pass efficiency defense while averaging 199.9 rushing yards and 227.1 passing yards per game on offense. Special teams were also impressive in 2015 with Cyrus Jones setting the SEC record with four punt returns for touchdowns and place-kicker Adam Griffith connecting on 23 of his final 28 field goals. Saban's on-side kick call in the national championship game proved key, propelling the Crimson Tide to the program's 16th national title. In the classroom, the numbers were just as astounding, as UA had a nation-leading 29 graduates on the roster for the bowl game including three players with their master's degree in hand. He is the first coach to win back-to-back BCS national championships and has won five titles in his last 11 years of coaching college football. Saban is one of three college coaches in the poll era (since 1936) to win three national championships in four years, joining Frank Leahy of Notre Dame (1946-47, 1949) and Tom Osborne of Nebraska (1994-95, 1997). He is also just the second (Leahy) to win four titles in seven years. He is the second coach in the poll era to win at least five national championships (Paul "Bear" Bryant). Saban, the 2014 Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year, led the Crimson Tide to the top seed in the first College Football Playoff at the 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl, Alabama's 24th SEC Championship and a 12-2 record. Alabama won its final eight games to earn a spot in the playoff, including a closing gauntlet that included wins at No. 14 LSU, over No. 1 Mississippi State, against No. 15 Auburn and versus No. 14 Missouri in the SEC Championship. The 2014 senior class finished with a 48-6 record over four years and went to four straight New Year's Six Bowls, including national championships in 2011 and 2012. The Crimson Tide featured Heisman Trophy finalist and UA's first-ever Biletnikoff Award winner Amari Cooper and Nagurski Trophy and Thorpe Award finalist Landon Collins. Along with Cooper and Collins, Ray Guy Award finalist punter JK Scott, linebacker Trey DePriest and offensive guard Arie Kouandjio garnered first team All-America honors. SEC Championship Game MVP Blake Sims set school records for total offense (3,837 yards) and passing yards (3,487), while Cooper established UA marks in every receiving category. The Tide ranked among the nation's best on both sides of the ball, checking in at No. 6 in the country in scoring defense and 15th overall in scoring offense. In the classroom, Alabama had 22 graduates on the roster for the bowl game (tied for the most in the nation) and seven players with their master's degree in hand (first in the nation). Saban led the 2013 Alabama team to the Allstate Sugar Bowl, making a sixth straight New Year's bowl appearance and the third straight in a BCS bowl. That senior class posted a remarkable record of 60-7 over their last five years with four bowl wins and three national titles. Their record in the classroom was just as impressive as 28 Crimson Tide graduates took the field for the bowl matchup with Oklahoma. Senior quarterback AJ McCarron was named a first team All-American, won the Maxwell and Unitas Awards, and finished as the runner-up in the Heisman Trophy voting while directing one of the most productive offenses in school history. On the other side of the ball, senior linebacker C.J. Mosley took home Alabama's third Butkus Trophy and earned All-America honors for the second straight year as he led a defense that entered the bowl game ranked second nationally in fewest points allowed. Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio joined McCarron and Mosley as first team All-Americans. Alabama remained at the forefront of the college football world in 2012 with an explosive offense and a retooled defense that maintained its place as one of the most dominant units in the nation. The Crimson Tide won the program's 23rd SEC championship (the most in league history) with a victory over Georgia that propelled Alabama into the 2013 Discover BCS National Championship Game, where they soundly defeated Notre Dame by a score of 42-14 to earn the school's 15th national title. For his efforts following the season, Saban was named the Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year, his third such honor in his previous four years. Under Saban's guidance, Alabama boasted a 978 APR score that ranked 11th nationally in 2012 and second in the SEC. The Crimson Tide also had a 75 percent graduation rate, which was among the best in the nation. The Alabama defense led the nation in rush defense (76.4 ypg), total defense (250.0 ypg), and scoring defense (10.9 ppg) in 2012. The Tide offense ranked 12th nationally in scoring at 38.7 points per game, 16th nationally in rushing at 227.5 yards per game and set a school record with 542 points scored in 2012. The Crimson Tide featured four first team All-Americans in 2012, including two along the offensive line in center Barrett Jones and left guard Chance Warmack. A pair of defensive standouts also earned All-America honors in cornerback Dee Milliner and Mosley. Jones captured the Rimington Trophy, presented to the nation's best center, and the prestigious Campbell Award, as the student-athlete who best combined performance on the field, success in the classroom and service away from the field. The 2012 senior class set school and SEC records for wins, while garnering a 49-5 record since 2009, a mark that tied Nebraska's NCAA record 49 wins from 1994-97. It also broke the Cornhuskers' record (60 wins from 1993-97) for the most major college football victories in a five-year period with 61 (2008-12). The 2011 squad produced one of the most dominant defenses in the history of college football and captured Alabama's 14th national championship with a 21-0 victory over LSU in the BCS National Championship Game. The Tide defense led the nation in all major categories, becoming the second team since national statistics have been compiled, and the first since 1986 (Oklahoma), to accomplish that feat. UA allowed only 8.2 points per game, 183.6 total yards, 72.2 rushing yards, 111.5 passing yards and an 83.7 pass efficiency defense. Alabama finished with a 12-1 record. Saban's 2011 senior class won 48 games over the span of four seasons (2008-11). Seven members of the 2011 Crimson Tide (including five on defense) were recognized as first team All-Americans by major media outlets, while Jones took home Alabama's third Outland Trophy and Heisman Trophy finalist Trent Richardson received the Tide's first Doak Walker Award. The team was recognized with the Disney Spirit Award, which was presented to snapper Carson Tinker, for the team's response in the community following a tornado that devastated Tuscaloosa on April 27, 2011. Jones also received the ARA Sportsmanship Award and the Wuerffel Trophy. Saban's efforts earned him the Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year Award. The Tide also had extensive success in the classroom with 38 SEC Academic Honor Roll selections (a league record) and produced one Academic All-American in Jones. Despite a young roster that listed only eight scholarship seniors, the 2010 Alabama team finished with its third consecutive 10-win season following a dominant 49-7 win over Michigan State in the Capital One Bowl. Five players were named first team All-SEC by either the AP or the league coaches, while six more earned second team All-SEC honors. Most impressively, two players (quarterback Greg McElroy and Jones) were named first team CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-Americans, which marked two consecutive years in which Alabama boasted two of the three CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-Americans in the SEC. McElroy, the ESPN Academic All-American of the Year, was named a National Football Foundation National-Scholar-Athlete as a finalist for the Campbell Trophy. The 2009 season at Alabama turned out to be one of the most memorable in program history, as the Tide compiled a perfect 14-0 mark and won the 2009 BCS National Championship by defeating Texas, 37-21, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Alabama earned a spot in the title game with a resounding 32-13 win over defending national champion Florida in the SEC Championship Game, as the Tide moved to No. 1 in both major polls. The SEC championship was the program's 22nd. On Dec. 12, 2009, more history was made for both Alabama and Saban when running back Mark Ingram became the first Heisman Trophy winner for both. Saban's 2009 squad also was prominent when it came to other honors, as Rolando McClain received the Butkus Award as the nation's top linebacker and six players earned first-team AP All-America status — a college football record. After the perfect 2009 season concluded, Saban was presented with the first Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year Award. In addition to the on-field success, the 2009 Tide active roster featured a nation's-best 13 players who had already graduated. That number increased to 22 players with degrees for the bowl game. Saban's first Alabama team finished 7-6 in 2007, but the 2008 season saw a vastly improved squad take the field. Saban's influence had taken hold in Tuscaloosa and – behind a small and united senior class along with a talented group of newcomers – the Tide returned to national prominence. Alabama developed a reputation as the most physical football team in the country and methodically dominated the competition. Saban produced the largest win increase from year one to year two in school history, as the Tide went from a seven-win team in 2007 to 12 wins in 2008. Alabama swept through the 2008 regular season schedule with a 12-0 record, moving to No. 1 in all of the polls and capturing the SEC Western Division Championship before falling late to Florida in a hard-fought SEC Championship Game. The team's efforts earned them a trip to the Allstate Sugar Bowl for the 13th time in school history. Saban was named the 2008 Home Depot Coach of the Year at the ESPN Awards Show and won several other national coach-of-the-year honors including the FWAA/Eddie Robinson, Associated Press, Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation and Liberty Mutual. Lessons learned from the 2007 season – which was capped with a win over Colorado in the Independence Bowl – no doubt carried into spring and summer preparations for the 2008 run. The win also continued an impressive streak for Saban as he has yet to have a losing season as a college head coach. Of the six losses in 2007, none was by more than seven points. In addition to an improvement in the win column from the year prior, the 2008 signing class was rated by many analysts as the best in the country. Off the field, the focus on academics by Saban and his staff made an immediate impact, as the 2007 team put together one of the finest academic fall semesters in school history. The freshman class set a solid foundation for their future at Alabama as they led the way with an impressive combined grade-point average of 3.10 in the fall. Before arriving in Tuscaloosa, Saban's most recent college head coaching stint was a five-season run at LSU that produced a record of 48-16 (.750), one national championship (2003), two Southeastern Conference championships, three SEC Western Division championships, and a 3-2 record in bowl games with two Sugar Bowl victories and a Peach Bowl win. LSU constructed a 28-12 (.700) record against SEC opponents under Saban's guidance. He was named the 2003 National Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and earned both the Paul W. "Bear" Bryant National Coach of the Year Award and the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award by the Football Writers Association of America. Saban was named SEC Coach of the Year twice (by The Birmingham News in 2001 and by the Associated Press in 2003) while at LSU. Saban took over the Alabama program after serving two seasons at the helm of the Miami Dolphins. Saban's teams showed marked improvement over the unit he inherited. Taking over a team that finished 4-12 in 2004, Saban led the 2005 Dolphins to a 9-7 record, the third-biggest turnaround in the NFL that season and the second-highest victory turnaround for a Dolphins team in any non-strike season. Most impressively, the Dolphins finished 2005 on a six-game winning streak to end the year, the longest streak in the NFL that season. Prior to his stint at Miami, Saban's impact on the LSU program transcended the success on the field. His commitment to building the total program, placing education first and instilling discipline with responsibility on and off the field transformed the Tigers into a force on the national stage. LSU produced 84 Academic All-SEC honorees in Saban's five seasons, including 25 members of the 2003 national championship squad. LSU's graduation rate for football players improved dramatically under his watch and two players – offensive tackle Rodney Reed (2002 and 2003) and offensive lineman Rudy Niswanger (2004) – earned first team Academic All-America honors. Linebacker Bradie James earned a postgraduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation (2003). Saban also spearheaded a $15 million fundraising effort to construct a new academic center for student-athletes at LSU, and he and his players were active in community involvement in the Baton Rouge area, taking part in community service projects, visiting schools to mentor children, and taking time to visit local hospitals on a regular basis. More than 50 of Saban's LSU players earned their college degrees, in addition to 28 who were selected in the NFL draft (seven in both 2004 and 2006). Named head coach at LSU on Nov. 30, 1999, Saban led an immediate turnaround of a program that had suffered through seven losing seasons during the 1990s. His 48 victories over five seasons ranked third among Division I-A head coaches during that time. Saban, Paul Dietzel and current LSU head coach Les Miles are the only coaches in the program's history to post multiple 10-win seasons. Saban, Dietzel and Bernie Moore are the only head coaches in Tiger history to win two SEC titles. Saban's 2000 Tigers rebounded from two straight losing seasons to post an 8-4 record, capped by a 31-20 win over No. 15 Georgia Tech in the Peach Bowl. Victories over Tennessee and Mississippi State highlighted that season, along with a key road win at Ole Miss. The 2001 Tigers improved to 10-3 overall and won the program's first outright SEC title since 1986 with a 31-20 win over second-ranked Tennessee in the SEC Championship Game. An impressive second half against the Volunteers was a trademark of Saban's coaching acumen, as LSU outscored the Vols 21-3 in the final half to erase a 17-10 deficit. They won the game despite the absence of starting quarterback Rohan Davey and running back LaBrandon Toefield. Sparked by one of the most prolific offenses in the nation, a unit that averaged 451.5 yards per game, the Tigers capped the 2001 season with a 47-34 defeat of Big Ten champion Illinois in the Sugar Bowl, LSU's first victory in a New Year's Day bowl game since 1968. Stifling defense was the trademark of the 2002 Tigers. LSU posted an 8-5 record and a second straight New Year's Day bowl appearance. The Tigers, who faced Texas in the Cotton Bowl, held opponents to under 275 yards per game through the season's first six games and scored a school-record 30 or more points in six straight games. LSU just missed winning a second consecutive SEC West title, as a last-minute comeback by Arkansas in the regular-season finale prevented LSU from another appearance in the SEC Championship Game. That LSU team overcame the midseason loss of starting quarterback Matt Mauck, free safety Damien James and Toefield in successive weeks to make a run at an SEC Western Division title. Saban's philosophy of "out of yourself and into the team" paid huge dividends in 2003. The Tigers produced a 13-1 record, won their second SEC championship and earned the school's second national championship with a squad that was among the nation's most dominant on both sides of the line of scrimmage. The LSU offense scored a school-record 475 points (33.9 per game) while holding 13 of 14 opponents to fewer than 20 points. LSU's defense ranked first nationally in points allowed per game (11.0) and total defense (252.0 yards per game). After a 7-1 start, LSU ended the season with six dominating victories by an average margin of 35-10. An impressive 34-13 victory over Georgia in the 2003 SEC title game paved LSU's way to an appearance in the BCS Championship Game against top-ranked Oklahoma. The Tigers produced a dominant defensive effort against the Sooners in the Sugar Bowl, limiting the Sooners to 154 yards of total offense in a 21-14 victory. Saban's final LSU team in 2004 overcame the loss of 13 players from the 2003 squad who went on to NFL rosters, posting a 9-3 record while producing the SEC's best rushing offense (200.7 yards per game). The Tiger defense ranked third nationally during the regular season in total defense (249.9 yards per game) and passing defense (145.4 yards per game), allowing only 15.9 points per contest. Over its final six games, the 2004 LSU defense allowed only 12 points in the second half on the way to a berth in the Capital One Bowl against Iowa – LSU's fourth consecutive January bowl berth (a first for the Tiger program). Saban served as head coach at Michigan State from 1995-99, his second stint at the East Lansing school as he also spent 1983-87 as the Spartans' defensive coordinator/secondary coach. After playing in only one bowl game in the previous four years, Michigan State made four postseason appearances in Saban's five years at the helm. Saban led MSU to a 34-24-1 (.585) record. In 1999, Saban led his final Spartans team to a No. 7 national ranking, finishing in a tie for second place in the Big Ten. The Spartans defeated Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State in the same year for the first time since 1965 and recorded six wins at home for the first time since the 1912 season. The Spartans' performance that year landed them a spot in the Citrus Bowl. Michigan State led the Big Ten in rushing defense (77.0 ypg) and total defense (299.0 ypg) while ranking fifth nationally in rushing defense and 11th in total defense. The MSU offense averaged 31.0 points per game. Saban was the first coach in school history to put the Spartans in postseason bowl games in each of his first three seasons – as he led Michigan State to the Independence Bowl in 1995, the Sun Bowl in 1996 and the Aloha Bowl in 1997. Before Michigan State, Saban spent four seasons (1991-94) as defensive coordinator with the Cleveland Browns under head coach Bill Belichick. The Browns went from allowing the most points (462) in the NFL prior to Saban's arrival to allowing the fewest points (204) in the league in 1994, the sixth-fewest points surrendered in NFL history at the time. In each of Saban's four years guiding the Browns defense, they never permitted an average of more than 19.2 points per game. He built a reputation as one of the finest defensive coaches in the league and also was heavily involved in the team's player personnel and scouting process. Saban's first head coaching position came at the University of Toledo in 1990, as he guided the Rockets to a record of 9-2 that year, finishing as co-champions of the Mid-American Conference. The Rockets ranked among the NCAA leaders in both total defense (12th at 284.8 ypg) and scoring defense (16th at 16.2 ppg) and missed posting an undefeated record by a mere five points. Saban joined Toledo after serving as secondary coach with the Houston Oilers for two seasons under Jerry Glanville (1988-89), his first NFL coaching position. He quickly made an impact on the Oilers defense, as the team's secondary tied for fourth in the AFC in 1988 with 21 interceptions and then tied for second in the conference in 1989 with 22 picks. In his first stint at Michigan State, Saban served as secondary coach and defensive coordinator under George Perles from 1983-87. Saban played an integral part in helping the Spartans make three postseason bowl appearances, including a Big Ten championship in 1987 and a 20-17 victory over Southern California in the 1988 Rose Bowl. Michigan State led the nation in rushing defense in 1987, (61.2 ypg) and ranked second in scoring defense (12.4 ppg). A native of Fairmont, W. Va., Saban is a 1973 graduate of Kent State University where he earned a bachelor's degree in business. He earned a master's degree in sports administration from Kent State in 1975. Born Oct. 31, 1951, Saban and his wife, the former Terry Constable, have two children, Nicholas and Kristen. They have been married for 44 years and are enjoying the company of their granddaughter, Amélie, a daughter-in-law Kelsé and son-in-law Adam Setas. Saban co-authored "Tiger Turnaround" in 2001, documenting his first two years at LSU. He then co-authored "How Good Do You Want to Be?" in 2005, a book that offers real-life principles for success at work and at home. In addition to their work as fundraisers for LSU's Student-Athlete Academic Center, the Sabans supported several charitable and civic projects in Louisiana. The largest of those efforts was with the Children's Miracle Network, for which Terry and Nick Saban raised more than $100,000 per year. At Michigan State, the Sabans started the Nick's Kids Foundation, which they have continued in Tuscaloosa, a vibrant example of their continuing concern for disadvantaged children. Since Nick and Terry arrived in Tuscaloosa, nearly $6 million has been distributed to students, teachers and children's causes at over 150 charities through the Nick's Kids Foundation. The Sabans also have played a big role in tornado relief efforts in Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas. Immediately following the devastating storm on April 27, 2011, Nick and Terry visited shelters where they paid for and served meals to those in need. Through Nick's Kids, the Sabans joined with Project Team Up and Habitat for Humanity in helping to rebuild 15 homes lost in the tornado. After the Crimson Tide's 16th national championship in 2015, the Sabans began work on the 16th Habitat for Humanity home. With support and donations from the Sabans, St. Francis Catholic Church broke ground on the Saban Catholic Student Center. In receiving the 2008 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award, Saban was awarded a $50,000 gift at the A-Day Game. He designated the gift for Nick's Kids, as well as an additional $20,000 gift for The University of Alabama scholarship fund. In June of 2008, the Sabans announced a $1 million gift to benefit Alabama's first-generation scholarship program. The gift has a special meaning to the Sabans, as both Nick and Terry were first-generation graduates.

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dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast with Eddie Morelos 08 25 2022 S3 E4

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 25:25


Eddie Morelos, Media Relations Director for the Sun Bowl Association tells us about how you have a chance to win a pair of tickets to this years game Sponsored by Chic-fil-A........

dialogep's podcast
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Podcast with Eddie Morelos 06 30 2022 S4 E2 Flag football stuff and upcoming events

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 19:05


The Sun Bowl is active with events during the Summer and Eddie tells you how to volunteer in many categories.......

Frogs Today
TCU Volleyball Coach Jason Williams Frog RB Basil Mitchell TCU Tennis Cam Norrie Frogs Today Ep. 8

Frogs Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 60:38


Volleyball coach Jason Williams headlines this episode of Frogs Today along with Sun Bowl winning Frogs football great Basil Mitchell and ex TCU tennis and current top 10 ranked pro Cam Norris. Melissa Triebwasser offers her expert insight into TCU baseball and talks about her conversation with Landry Burdine on her podcast Faces of the Frogs and Maggie Hale updates Horned Frogs fans from the news desk. Another jam packed show saluting everything that is TCU Horned Frogs sports. Go full on Frogs at FrogsToday.com.

The Carla and Crappy Show
Carla and Crappy Show: The 2021 Natty Edition

The Carla and Crappy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 31:17


We're down to the official end of the 2021 college football season – that would be Monday's national championship game between Alabama and Georgia – which also means we're wrapping up the 10th season of the Carla and Crappy Show. And in spite of a few late glitches because of omicron, we were able to enjoy an entertaining bowl season –- although Crappy probably wouldn't use the word “entertaining” to describe the first half of the Rose Bowl. It has been our practice over the years to not dwell much on the outcomes of our weekly picks – and that's probably a good thing. But our young friend Aidan was curious to see how we all did with our Bowlapalooza picks from a couple shows ago, so Crappy went back through that episode to tally the results. Two things to be aware of: First, that show was bit chaotic, and in the middle of the craziness Crappy actually forgot to pick three or four of the games, so he's not included in the standings. Also, we've tossed out the Sun Bowl, which brought in a new team after COVID forced a cancellation. You'll need to listen or watch to find out the results. BUT – if you're ever involved with something like this and one contestant keeps saying that they don't really know college football all that well, it's pretty much a given that that's the person who's going to come out on top. But there is one more guest picker to appear on the show this season, and she's got her sights set on the title game. We are, of course, talking about the one person who has pretty much been in charge of the #CnCShow all year – Miss Ellie makes her first live appearance and has a definite idea about who winning on Monday night. Carla and Crappy both have a pretty solid notion about Monday's winner as well, even though neither is especially excited about it. But they'll both be watching ESPN at 8 p.m. Monday when the game kicks off from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy. And that's the season, boys and girls. Huge thanks to everyone who filled in for Carla at some point during the year. Extra special thanks go to AJ, who more than earned his brand new title: Interim co-host emeritus. And extra super special thanks to you guys, who keep on listening year after year. Will there be an 11th season of the #CnCShow? Guys – Ohio State opens with Notre Dame, and Crappy's ready for that game right. Freaking. Now. Enjoy your off season and we'll see you back here in the fall.

Hustle Belt: for Mid-American Conference fans
Mid-American Bandwagon Episode 78

Hustle Belt: for Mid-American Conference fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 45:09


Happy Friday folks! We hope your first week of 2022 was a good one. It was a busy week in the MAC, so we have a lot to cover! To open up the show this week, Zach and Vannzee look back at Central Michigan's 24-21 victory over Washington State in the Sun Bowl. The circumstances were unprecedented, with both teams scrambling to find an opponent after COVID issues forced Boise State and Miami (FL) to forego their bowl invitations. After this match up was thrown together with about 72 hours notice, the Chippewas used a strong first half performance to earn their first bowl victory since 2012. In men's hoops this week, the boys were both impressed with Ohio. The Bobcats have started 2-0 in MAC play, both wins being on the road, and have won six in a row overall. A key matchup awaits this weekend as Kent State visits Athens. Elsewhere, Northern Illinois finally gets to play its first conference game of the year after a COVID pause, and the three Michigan schools all look to earn victories this week over their in-state rivals. In women's hoops, it's been a surprising start to conference play. After knocking off Penn State and UCLA in non-conference play, Kent State came into the MAC schedule full of confidence. The Golden Flashes have promptly lost their first three conference games. Dyaisha Fair continues to put up incredible numbers for Buffalo, leading the Bulls to an 82-66 victory over Bowling Green on Wednesday night with a 40 point performance. As always, thanks for stopping by this week folks. Football may be over, but conference play is in full swing on the hardwood. We're in for a fun few months! Have a great weekend folks, and we'll see you back here next Friday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Podcast Vs. Everyone
Podcast Vs. Everyone 153: Recapping the Sun Bowl

Podcast Vs. Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 100:51


The Cougars lost the Sun Bowl, and that stinks, However, it was a pretty fun game to watch, and emblematic of the way the team fought all season. After we break that down, we spend analyze Jake Dickert's new staff hires before looking at the Cougs' approach to the transfer portal, where they've landed some useful players. Then we preview men's basketball's return to play this week before finishing off by recapping women's basketball's split weekend against the Bay Area schools. Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes  Google Play  Spotify  Stitcher  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Great Lakes State Football
The GLSF Michigan College Football All-Division Power Rankings for 2021, Bowl News, D2 Elite 100 Team - Ep. 7

Great Lakes State Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 74:22


Episode 7 of the Great Lakes State Football Podcast. Kory, Vince, & Brett discuss everything football in the Great Lakes State from the week of December 28th - January 5th! Discussion includes MHSAA football news from The D Zone, d2football.com Elite 100 All-American Team, Sun Bowl, Peach Bowl, College Football Playoffs, our Rankings of the top 10 College Football Teams in Michigan in 2021, Lions, and our newest addition: recommendation of the week (Brett recommends a craft beer this week)!Brett's recommendation of the week: Craft Beer - Neighborly IPA from Brass Ring Brewing, Algier Heights, MIhttps://brassringbrewing.com/Intro music: Gmac Cash - Lions wonhttps://music.apple.com/us/album/lions-won-single/1599227568Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/great-lakes-state-football/id1597487505Spotify Podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/3uxnRlt9GuOQf5iTX2mOnT?si=0e5ebaa8ad5843df&nd=1Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLSFballInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/greatlakesstatefootball/Timestamps:00:00​-02:17​ - Intro02:18​-17:07 - MHSAA news reported by The D Zone & HS All-American Bowl17:08-22:19 - D2football.com Elite 100 Team22:20-27:30 - Matt Judon named to Pro Bowl, Story about Judon from Brett27:31-32:23 - Central Michigan wins the Sun Bowl32:24-38:07 - Michigan State wins the Peach Bowl38:08-46:40 - Michigan loses to Georgia46:41-1:04:01 - The GLSF Michigan College Football All-Division Power Rankings for 20211:04:02-1:09:55 - Lions1:09:56-1:13:00 - Bowl Pick 'Em Update, Brett's recommendation of the week: MI Craft Beer1:13:01-1:14:21 - Outro

Podcast Vs. Everyone
Podcast Vs. Everyone 152: The Sun Bowl is saved!

Podcast Vs. Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 86:51


It appears we are actually going to have a bowl game after Central Michigan replaces Miami, which had to drop out because of Covid issues. Let's preview the key aspects of the game. And the WSU men's basketball team is officially "on pause" after Covid hit them. But it raises some bigger questions about how we should be handling Covid going forward. Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes  Google Play  Spotify  Stitcher  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

BetUS Football
College Football Bowl Game Predictions 2021 | Picks, Odds & Best Bets (Part 5)

BetUS Football

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 68:27


The bowl season continues and some of the biggest schools are going to be on the field as the games ramp up and BetUS will be looking at seven games that take place between Dec. 29 and 31.One of the more intriguing contests sees Wake Forest facing Rutgers in the Gator Bowl on Dec. 31. Why? Because the Scarlet Knights are fill-ins for Texas A&M, which had to bow out due to COVID-19 issues. Rutgers is 5-7 and this has the possibility of being a bad decision for Greg Schiano & Co.The Alamo Bowl will feature schools that will have new coaches in 2022. That matchup brings Bob Stoops out of retirement for Oklahoma to face the Oregon Ducks. The Duke's Mayo Bowl is a battle of Carolinas as North Carolina faces South Carolina. Another game with a freshly minted matchup is the Sun Bowl. Miami had to exit due to COVID-19 issues so Washington State was left without an opponent … until Boise State fell out of the Arizona Bowl due to coronavirus issues. So, Central Michigan will head to El Paso to meet the Cougars.Also on the budget for this show are the Music City, Peach and Las Vegas Bowls. BetUS has all the intel you need to be plugged into the college postseason.Covering the best college football games to bet on along with their respective NCAAF odds and college football predictions, BetUS host Gary Segars, and expert handicappers Kyle Hunter and Parker Fleming will offer you their college football picks and best bets for college football. Catch up with the latest news, as we break down the teams and the latest football betting trends so check it out!  Remember, BetUS hooks you up with the best online sports betting advice.

No Truck Stops: A Pac-12 Basketball & Football Podcast
Pac-12 Football: New Year's Resolutions for Each Pac-12 Team; Rose Bowl & Other Bowl Previews

No Truck Stops: A Pac-12 Basketball & Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 56:25


On the penultimate football episode of the season, the full gang talks about new coaching hires for Oregon, UW, and Arizona, makes New Year's Resolutions for each Pac-12 team, and previews the remaining Pac-12 bowl slate, including the Rose Bowl, Sun Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl, Holiday Bowl, and Alamo Bowl. All that, plus will Utahns start a war with the State of California if the Rose Bowl is canceled? Listen to find out!   Follow No Truck Stops on Twitter and Instagram @notruckstopspod! 

Miami Hurricanes Talk with Danny
My take on UM pulling out of Sun Bowl due to COVID.

Miami Hurricanes Talk with Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 4:00


These are my thoughts on UM pulling out of the Sun bowl due to the COVID outbreak. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-rivera73/support

The Evil Mark Show
EMS | College Football Show #8 with Eric Stephens (BOWL WEEK STRIKES BACK)

The Evil Mark Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 146:30


Mark is joined by Eric Stephens from the podcast File Under: Entertainment to discuss College Football. Let's go BOWLING – Bowl Week One in Review, Taco Thursday, USC Being Low Down & Dirty, Gator Bowl vs Sun Bowl, San Diego State Punt God, TAMU Out, Bizarro Fiesta Bowl, Most Ridiculous Bowl Sponsors, Sports Betting for Charity, COVID versus College Football and every single bowl game this upcoming week. Anthony Brown's Last Stand at the Alamo (Bowl) and More! #CFBPlayoff #CFB_Hype #BowlSponsers Find show notes and more #EMS at evilmark.com

Picks with the Professor
College Football Betting Picks and Predictions: 2021-2022 Bowl Games (Part 2 of 2)

Picks with the Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 98:44


Jack, Cousin Jared and Professor Sides give their #CFBPicks for every bowl game after Christmas of the 2021 college football season. Check out the statistics professor on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ProfessorSides) or his verified betstamp account (https://betstamp.app/u/ProfessorSides) for baseball, football and college basketball #FreePicks. Follow along throughout the 2021 #CFB season here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12yg0piaOfD_GqBxdqBE3SoTdDyvR0U8QxWccjBuK_48/edit?usp=sharing) Follow along here for 2021 #CBB plays (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iyAj107XCWtejoT54BXRNZBv0u51e3cSZsfPBV-R6SY/edit?usp=sharing) TIMESTAMPS: Quick Lane Bowl, Western Michigan vs Nevada (BEST BET 2:42) Military Bowl, East Carolina vs Boston College (7:32) Birmingham Bowl, Houston vs Auburn (BEST BET 8:46) First Responder Bowl, Louisville vs Air Force (13:17) Liberty Bowl, Texas Tech vs Mississippi State (17:19) Holiday Bowl, NC State vs UCLA (20:23) Guaranteed Rate Bowl, West Virginia vs Minnesota (23:53) Fenway Bowl, Virginia vs SMU (26:01) Pinstripe Bowl, Maryland vs Virginia Tech (31:03) Cheez-It Bowl, Iowa State vs Clemson (BEST BET 33:29) Alamo Bowl, Oregon vs Oklahoma (36:17) Mayo Bowl, South Carolina vs North Carolina (39:55) Music City Bowl, Purdue vs Tennessee (BEST BET 44:33) Peach Bowl, Pittsburgh vs Michigan State (47:13) Las Vegas Bowl, Arizona State vs Wisconsin (BEST BET 50:03) Gator Bowl, Rutgers vs Wake Forest (52:45) Sun Bowl, Washington State vs Miami (FL) (58:40) Arizona Bowl, Boise State vs Central Michigan (1:00:34) Cotton Bowl (CFP Semifinal), Cincinnati vs Alabama (1:01:50) Orange Bowl (CFP Semifinal), Georgia vs Michigan (1:07:57) Outback Bowl, Arkansas vs Penn State (BEST BET 1:12:38) Fiesta Bowl, Oklahoma State vs Notre Dame (BEST BET 1:16:17) Citrus Bowl, Kentucky vs Iowa (1:21:36) Rose Bowl, Utah vs Ohio State (1:23:34) Houston Bowl, LSU vs Kansas State (1:29:14) Sugar Bowl, Baylor vs Ole Miss (1:32:16) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

MinerTalk
MinerTalk: Bradley Steals Sun Bowl Invitational Tournament Title from UTEP, 73-66

MinerTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 65:51


MinerTalk: Bradley Steals Sun Bowl Invitational Tournament Title from UTEP, 73-66

Picks with the Professor
College Football Betting Picks and Predictions: 2021-2022 Bowl Games (Part 2 of 2)

Picks with the Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 98:44


Jack, Cousin Jared and Professor Sides give their #CFBPicks for every bowl game after Christmas of the 2021 college football season. Check out the statistics professor on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ProfessorSides) or his verified betstamp account (https://betstamp.app/u/ProfessorSides) for baseball, football and college basketball #FreePicks. Follow along throughout the 2021 #CFB season here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12yg0piaOfD_GqBxdqBE3SoTdDyvR0U8QxWccjBuK_48/edit?usp=sharing) Follow along here for 2021 #CBB plays (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iyAj107XCWtejoT54BXRNZBv0u51e3cSZsfPBV-R6SY/edit?usp=sharing) TIMESTAMPS: Quick Lane Bowl, Western Michigan vs Nevada (BEST BET 2:42) Military Bowl, East Carolina vs Boston College (7:32) Birmingham Bowl, Houston vs Auburn (BEST BET 8:46) First Responder Bowl, Louisville vs Air Force (13:17) Liberty Bowl, Texas Tech vs Mississippi State (17:19) Holiday Bowl, NC State vs UCLA (20:23) Guaranteed Rate Bowl, West Virginia vs Minnesota (23:53) Fenway Bowl, Virginia vs SMU (26:01) Pinstripe Bowl, Maryland vs Virginia Tech (31:03) Cheez-It Bowl, Iowa State vs Clemson (BEST BET 33:29) Alamo Bowl, Oregon vs Oklahoma (36:17) Mayo Bowl, South Carolina vs North Carolina (39:55) Music City Bowl, Purdue vs Tennessee (BEST BET 44:33) Peach Bowl, Pittsburgh vs Michigan State (47:13) Las Vegas Bowl, Arizona State vs Wisconsin (BEST BET 50:03) Gator Bowl, Rutgers vs Wake Forest (52:45) Sun Bowl, Washington State vs Miami (FL) (58:40) Arizona Bowl, Boise State vs Central Michigan (1:00:34) Cotton Bowl (CFP Semifinal), Cincinnati vs Alabama (1:01:50) Orange Bowl (CFP Semifinal), Georgia vs Michigan (1:07:57) Outback Bowl, Arkansas vs Penn State (BEST BET 1:12:38) Fiesta Bowl, Oklahoma State vs Notre Dame (BEST BET 1:16:17) Citrus Bowl, Kentucky vs Iowa (1:21:36) Rose Bowl, Utah vs Ohio State (1:23:34) Houston Bowl, LSU vs Kansas State (1:29:14) Sugar Bowl, Baylor vs Ole Miss (1:32:16) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Bowl Season Stories
(S1-E17) Sean McDonough, Barry Alvarez, John Saccenti

Bowl Season Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 43:16


Sean McDonough on calling games with no fans, attending nearly every bowl game & why the Sun Bowl is one of his favorite memories from Bowl Season; Barry Alvarez on the highlights of his 30+ Bowl Game experiences & reasons for coming out of retirement to coach again; John Saccenti on growing the Las Vegas Bowl, moving to Allegiant Stadium & the advantages of being in Las Vegas.

MinerTalk
MinerTalk: Once Again Short-Handed, Miners Pull Off 70-61 Win Against NC Central in Sun Bowl Invitational Opener

MinerTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 86:11


MinerTalk: Once Again Short-Handed, Miners Pull Off 70-61 Win Against NC Central in Sun Bowl Invitational Opener

The Carla and Crappy Show
Carla and Crappy Show: The 2021 Bowlapalooza Edition

The Carla and Crappy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 87:16


It's college football bowl season, and around these parts, that means one thing: It's Bowlapalooza time!   Not familiar with the drill? It's pretty simple. A few years back, Carla and Crappy thought it would be fun to dedicate a show to the bowl games that don't get the same kind of attention as the New Year's Six games or BCS/CFP games. And that's a shame, because that's where most of season's fun resides. So we grab some friends and pick the games that catch our attention for whatever reason, no NY6 or CFP games allowed (C&C will get to those in subsequent shows).   This was the season of the guest host, and we invited them all back to participate. Besides Carla, Crappy and A.J., this year's lineup included the following college football luminaries: Nubyjas Wilborn, Gabby Biltz, Kelly and Aidan Krieg and Jake Rose.   The games? There are many, many games:   Noon Friday, Dec. 17, the Bahamas, ESPN Bahamas Bowl, Middle Tennessee vs. Toledo Are there really any losers in the Bahamas Bowl?   2:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 20, Conway, SC, ESPN Myrtle Beach Bowl Presented by Tax Act, Old Dominion vs. Tulsa Don't sleep on the Monarchs, people.   8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 22, Fort Worth, Texas, ESPN Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, Army vs. Missouri Could Army beat an SEC team? In this case, yes.   3:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 23, Frisco, Texas, ESPN Frisco Football Classic, North Texas vs. Miami (Ohio) Did you know there are two games in Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas? Crappy didn't until we got to this one. The other one – and the one that A.J. actually wanted to talk about – is below.   7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21, Frisco, Texas, ESPN Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl, UTSA vs. No. 24 San Diego State Meep meep, boys and girls.   5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 29, Orlando, ESPN Cheez-It Bowl, No. 19 Clemson vs. Iowa State Dabo's found some coordinators, but the Clemson schadenfreude is STILL off the charts for this game.   11:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 30, Charlotte, ESPN Duke's Mayo Bowl, North Carolina vs. South Carolina Does Duke's go with Tar Heels?   Noon Friday, Dec. 31, El Paso, CBS Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl, Washington State vs Miami It's grrrrrreat! Unless you're talking about the 2008 Sun Bowl.   Noon Saturday, Jan. 1, ESPN 2 Outback Bowl, Penn State vs. 21 Arkansas Do we finally get to see a healthy Penn State?   9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, ESPN Tax Act Texas Bowl, LSU vs. Kansas State Mumble mumble go tigahs mumble mumble wildcats mumble open the pool mumble mumble lotta purple mumble mumble.   Your assignment for the next two and a half weeks: Watch ‘em all. Because it truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Enjoy your bowl season, boys and girls, and check back as we get closer to the end of the year, when Carla and Crappy dig into this year's version of the College Football Playoff.

Seminole Wrap
FSU vs. Florida: Can Seminoles beat Gators, take over state?

Seminole Wrap

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 61:46


Florida and Florida State will renew their rivalry after a hiatus thanks to college football's pandemic rules a year ago and this year the rivalry carries some huge implications for the future of both programs. The Seminoles opened the year 0-4 and somehow find themselves one win away from bowl eligibility. They had their struggles but have found a rhythm to carry them to the brink of 6-6 and their first bowl berth since the Sun Bowl loss in 2019. They appear to be peaking at the right time and find their rival heading the other way. The Gators are now led by interim coach Greg Knox after Dan Mullen's firing earlier this week. Less than 365 days ago, Florida was No. 6 in the College Football Playoff rankings but have got 5-9 since with wins against mostly Group of 5 programs. Could this be the time to sweep the Gators and Canes in the same year and reclaim the state title? Brian Pellerin and Jon Marchat take you through that plus the candidates for Florida's opening, recap the Boston College victory and give Brian's best bets for the upcoming Thanksgiving college football weekend.

The Mighty Oregon Podcast
45. Dave Wilcox (Part One): The Intimidator

The Mighty Oregon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 26:57


Toughness. Grittiness. Oregon Strong. Those are some of the words that describe Oregon great and NFL Hall of Famer Dave Wilcox. From Willow Creek, Oregon, Wilcox came from a family of athletes that realized early on that football was going to be their way to college. For Wilcox, who brought his rural, winning mentality to Eugene and helped the Ducks to their first bowl game in 47 years at the 1963 Sun Bowl, the recipe for his success started early in his career. Preparation and a will to win. Although the game of football today is physical by nature, some say that the game back when Wilcox played was built on fear. And intimidation. And no one personified that role more than Wilcox, who actually earned the nickname, The Intimidator. Wilcox doesn't know exactly where it came from, but he has an idea of the reasoning behind it. This is the first of two episodes with longtime Voice of the Ducks Jerry Allen and Dave Wilcox.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Friday Night Life
Harlon and Tammy Barnett: Spartan Pride and Unwrapping Imperfection

The Friday Night Life

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later May 6, 2021 62:28


#033. Tammy C. Barnett holds a Ph. D in Christian Counseling.  She has served for over 25+ years educating, empowering and equipping people to self-reflect, accept that their imperfections are perfectly them, and overcome any challenges or adversities they might encounter.  Her professional experience includes counseling, mentoring and facilitating.  As a counselor, she offers hope to audiences who are struggling.  As a mentor, she has volunteered with young individuals at the Boys & Girls Club and local churches.  As a bible study facilitator, she provides encouragement to women who are married to football coaches, like herself.  In addition to being a wife to her husband of 25+ years, she is a proud mother of two adult children and just recently was blessed to be named grandmother as well.  Dr. Tammy has just recently launched a social media platform on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter entitled, Unwrapping Imperfection which is dedicated to helping audiences who may be seeking a deeper understanding of themselves as they go through, and overcome, their own unique struggles.Website: Unwrapping ImperfectionInstagram: @unwrappingimperfectionFacebook: Unwrapping ImperfectionTwitter: @TammyBarnettPhDCoach Harlon Barnett began playing football in 3rd grade.  Grew up to play at the collegiate level at Michigan State.  He was a Four - year letter winner as a defensive back at Michigan State (1986-1989) and named captain as a senior.  Harlon went on to play in the NFL for seven seasons.  Some of the teams he played for are the Cleveland Browns (1990-92), New England Patriots (1993-1994) and Minnesota Vikings (1995-96).  Some of the legends he was able to be coached by were Bill Parcells, Tony Dungy, Nick Saban and Bill Belichick.  Coaching Experience:Graduate Assistant Coach at LSU (2003)Secondary coach at Cincinnati (2004-06)Secondary coach at Michigan State (2007-14)Assistant he coach/co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach at Michigan State (2015-16)Associate head coach/co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach at Michigan State (2017)Defensive coordinator at Florida State (2018-19)Cornerbacks coach at Michigan State (2020)Secondary coach at Michigan State (2021-)Postseason Experience:Player-1988 Rose Bowl, 1989 Gator Bowl, 1989 Aloha Bowl, 1994 NFL Playoff, 1996 NFL Playoffs.Coach- 2004 Sugar Bowl, 2004 Fort Worth Bowl, 2007 Champs Sports Bowl, 2009 Capital One Bowl, 2010 Valero Alamo Bowl, 2011 Capital One Bowl, 2012 Outback Bowl, 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, 2014 Rose Bowl, 2015 Cotton Bowl, 2015 College Football Playoff (Cotton Bowl), 2017 Holiday Bowl, 2019 Sun Bowl.Twitter: @HarlonBarnett

RebelCast
Previewing New Mexico State week for Dixie State in football & basketball

RebelCast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 25:29


Jake Hatch is back with the RebelCast with Week 2 of the spring football season on tap as Dixie State (1-0) head to the Sun Bowl in El Paso, TX to take on New Mexico State (0-1) Sunday afternoon. Jake shares thoughts from Aggies head coach Doug Martin and Trailblazers coach Paul Peterson as they prepare to square off along with players from NMSU to take note of. Attention then turned to the hardwoods as the Trailblazers' men's basketball program will wrap up their inaugural season in the WAC Friday and Saturday night when they take on New Mexico State at Burns Arena. Jake talked with DSU senior Dason Youngblood about this season and what he's learned in the transition period that he'll carry with him the rest of his life. Reach out to the show by emailing us at RebelCast435@gmail.com. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @Rebel_Cast & you can follow Jake Hatch at @JacobCHatch. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

RebelCast
Recapping a season-opening 26-14 win over Tarleton in Stephenville, TX for the Dixie State Trailblazers

RebelCast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 12:25


Jake Hatch is back with a recap edition of the RebelCast to look back at Dixie State's 26=14 road win over Tarleton State to open their era of Division I football 1-0. Hatch recapped his takeaways from the win: what went well and what needs to be improved as he talked about the excitement of the season-opening victory Attention then turned to individual honors with Hatch naming his three stars from the Tarleton win on offense and defense as well as the special teams player of the week as the Trailblazers now turn their attention to facing New Mexico State this Sunday at the Sun Bowl in El Paso, TX. Reach out to the show by emailing us at RebelCast435@gmail.com. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @Rebel_Cast & you can follow Jake Hatch at @JacobCHatch. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Carla and Crappy Show
Carla and Crappy Show: The 2020 Bowlapalooza Edition

The Carla and Crappy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2020 66:27


Even with all of the we-have-no-idea-ness that college football season has delivered in 2020, there is one almost small sense of normalcy getting underway. Yes, friends, it's Bowlapalooza season. And in the spirit of the wackiness that was this season, we've gone wacky with our format for this annual #CnCShow tradition. (In other words, this is not the typical Bowlapalooza you've been looking for.) Carla, Crappy, and AJ sit down and discuss … every. single. meaningless. bowl game. Yes, really. All of them. Even the one that already happened before we were able to record this show. As is tradition, we each selected a game or two to focus our attention … and then we just go crazy. (Disclaimer: Check your local listings for game status, times, and even teams involved, because all of those changes have occurred at least once already and bowl season is barely underway.) Camellia Bowl: Marshall vs. Buffalo (2:30 ET Dec. 25, ESPN): AJ calls this the “What Happened?” Bowl. The rest of us are just tickled that the football gods delivered us this beautiful present on Christmas Day. Cure Bowl: Liberty vs. No. 12 Coastal Carolina (7:30 ET Dec. 26, ESPN): The regular-season game that became a bowl game. This one's another AJ pick, because there are just so many #GroupOfFive bowls to revel in this year. Also, things are moving so quickly this bowl season that this game literally changed times while we were recording. Go Chickens. Cheez-It Bowl: No. 21 Oklahoma State vs. No. 18 Miami (5:30 ET Dec. 29, ESPN): Carla takes this one because it doesn't matter whether this game is played in Arizona or Florida … it's the most on-brand bowl game of the season. Grab your favorite salty snack and settle in for some stupid fun football, defense optional. Arizona Bowl: Ball State vs. No. 22 San Jose State (2 ET Dec. 31, CBS Sports Network): Crappy's selection gets the traditional Sun Bowl time slot, and a really entertaining matchup between two teams with surprising success this season. SJSU looked exceptionally good in the Mountain West title game and Ball State knocked off Buffalo in the MAC. This seriously could be one of the best games of all of bowl season. We give honorable mention nods to: New Mexico Bowl: Hawaii vs. Houston (3:30 ET Dec. 24, ESPN): Fun fact - this game isn't played in New Mexico! Valero Alamo Bowl: No. 20 Texas vs. Colorado (9 ET Dec. 29, ESPN): Because if Texas loses this game, the meltdown could be epic. Duke's Mayo Bowl: Wake Forest vs. Wisconsin (Noon ET Dec. 30, ESPN): Has anyone actually watched Wake play a down of football this season? TransPerfect Music City Bowl: No. 15 Iowa vs. Missouri (4 ET Dec. 30, ESPN): A whole lot of black and gold in Nashville if this game actually happens. AutoZone Liberty Bowl: West Virginia vs. Army (4 ET Dec. 31, ESPN): Army had to (undeservedly) wait for its bowl game, but it gets this lovely gift in replacing Tennessee to play West Virginia in Memphis. #2020 So, while there may not be as many bowl games as usual, there are some delightful pairings that should make for a nice holiday football season. Settle in at home and prepare to feast on the tastiness that is Bowlapalooza. We'll be back next week with a preview of the New Year's Six bowls and College Football Playoff games. Cheers, yinz. Happy holidays.