Didn't NFTs already flame out? How come we still have people making wife posts about spending $8,000 on a jpg of a horny lion? The Sickos discuss how NFTs, dumb as they may be, are actually a totally predictable outcome of our horrible system, and how shit's only gonna get dumber from now on! Then, we finally return to the Fruit Annihilation Tournament for the first time in four months (lol) to decide the Sweet Sixteen round for the Big Fruits and Classic Killers region!
UNC Hoops Talk Podcast #216 We got the predictions podcast here for you, thank you to everyone who sent in their prediction! It's not too late to send yours in, send it to me through twitter, IG, email, anywhere and I'll add it to this list so we can go back after the season and see who was right and where we were off. 2021-22 Predictions Mine- 9-2 in non-conf. 17-3 or 16-4 in ACC (top 3) win ACC tourney (3 wins) lose in Elite 8 (3-1) overall 31-7 or 32-6 Twitter: -Mark Crisp (markyd0522)- I'm going to say 24-7 regular season record. As far as the ACC tournament goes I think we get to the championship game. I predict we go to the elite eight in the NCAA tournament. Hopefully we are a better shooting team this year and a solid defensive team. -Joe Thompson (@DESisthecoach)- First time in a long time I have no idea what to expect. Adds some anticipation. I'll say 22-9 regular season. 3rd or 4th in ACC. 2 wins in ACC Tournament. 3 seed in big tourney with a Sweet 16 run. -Michael May (@MikeMay23)- Dang Joe beat me to it. Was literally gonna day 22-9 regular season and a trip to sweet 16 BillsMafia (@Bills0327)- 27-9 -Dalton Owenby (@dalton_owenby)- 26-10 elite 8 -@HeelsYes- Heels finish the regular season 24-7, lose in the ACC Championship game, make it to elite 8 and lose. -Jeff G (@steelheel40)- Let's go 24-7 and trip to Sweet 16. -Lorri Blair Mercer (@CarolinaChic23)- Overall 21-10. Finish 3rd in the ACC tourney & make it to the Sweet 16.
Paul Mills is the men's head basketball coach at Oral Roberts University. For fourteen years from 2003-2017, Mills was an assistant coach with the Baylor Bears under head coach Scott Drew before taking the job with Oral Roberts on April 28, 2017. In the 2020-2021 season, Mills led Oral Roberts on an improbable March Madness run that saw them defeat No. 2 seed Ohio State and No. 7 seed Florida to advance to the Sweet Sixteen before losing to Arkansas 72-70. They were just the second 15 seed to ever advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the history of the NCAA Tournament. Today on the podcast, we talk to coach Paul Mills about his incredible March Madness run, the lessons learned from success and defeat, using the national platform as an opportunity to share the Gospel and his love for the movie Hoosiers. --- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
EPISODE 155- KEN LOACH & BARRY ACKROYD - Director & Cinematographer Team Deakins speaks with director Ken Loach and cinematographer Barry Ackroyd (THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY, SWEET SIXTEEN, CARLA'S SONG, LADYBIRD, LADYBIRD) in this episode. Barry (Episode 70) and Ken share memories from their many collaborations together and Ken is very open with us about his process. He tells us that the most important thing that the director has is the actor's instincts. We learn what Ken looks for when casting his movies, why he shoots in sequence, what he looks for in a crew, what his rehearsal processes are like, and how everyone rides in the same minibus on his sets because he and his crew are one team. We learn how Ken's experience at the BBC shaped his approach to filmmaking and why he didn't go into politics. Ken tells Barry why he asked him to shoot Riff-Raff and how he believes Barry has a great skill for finding natural movement from a camera on legs and how it suited their collective ideas. Don't miss it!
Winning 16 games means a lot is going right for your team. For the Cardinals, the offense has been the leading cause in the historic run. The current MV3 are making a small name for themselves, while the rest of the offense is heating up at the right time. Will this team ever lose? WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
The Don talks about people wanting more diversity with missing people, wonders about the wonderful gourd of the upcoming season, and talks about his son turning 16. The roads are about to get a lot more dangerous, whether you listen to this episode or not. Pumpkin it up!
The Summer Session Interview Series returns for a late summer special! We welcome former SHU Pirate Ty Shine for trip down memory lane as we relive the last time the Pirates made it to the Sweet Sixteen. Ty holds nothing back as we go over the good times and bad during his years in South Orange!
This week we conclude our exploration of 80s scifi sitcoms with a real stinker: Out of This World (1987-1991). Despite having some awesome 80s hair and outfits, we learn that even some of the most powerful nostalgia can curdle.Love the show? Please subscribe, rate, and review us here. Also, check out our website: www.seeyounextweekinspace.com and follow us on Instagram @seeyounextweekinspaceHosts: Amy and Sarah WalshEditor: Amy WalshProducers: Amy and Sarah WalshArt: Riley Brown
This week I'm celebrating my business' Sweet Sixteen! Sure, due to the pandemic it's a party with myself...but I wanted to share so that you can celebrate with me as well! The podcast has also been around for over six years, so that feels like a win too. But really, the thing that makes these events so special is that you're here with us, supporting us, and getting value. That's what makes it all worth it. To help me celebrate, if you would send a question to the mailbag at affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast , I would greatly appreciate it! I'm always excited to help you! This episode, I answer questions about... [5:22] How to handle it when you feel disappointed with interior design services (Lydia) [15:01] Feeling empowered to have a beautiful home on a reasonable budget (Emily) [18:06] Unifying spaces after building an addition (Sarah) To see the accompanying pictures, make sure you head over to affordableinteriordesign.com/links and check out the YouTube channel or our social media pages. Links: Website: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com Book: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com/my-book Become a Premium Member: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Submit Your Questions: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/affordableinteriordesign Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AffIntDesign
Well we're back after taking a couple of weeks off due to just being really busy in our non-podcasting lives. We're out of practice just a little bit, but don't worry. We still brought you a great episode. This week we're talking Sweet Sixteen from 1983. When Melissa and her family move into a small town in Texas, Melissa gets a lot of attention from the local boys. But it seems like each time she starts to get flirty or involved, the boy ends up dead. There's even a little racism directed at the local Native American tribe. Check it out, watch the movie, listen to us, like, subscribe and tell your friends. Visit www.SlashUPodcast.com for more on our other movies. Follow on Instagram @SlashU_Podcast. It's great to be back! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We've blown out our sixteen candles and now it's time for some fun! Feel free to call in and tell us what you believe and why, or just tune in to watch the fireworks (AKA Vi's head exploding). ___________ TIME STAMPS & SHOW NOTES 00:00 - Intro - Addressing the Elephant in the Womb (SB8) 7:19 - James (he/him) - AUS - Future Impact of Texas Abortion Bill 18:23 - Leon (he/him) - UK - Anti-vax Doctor Calls In (And Gets Hung Up On) 43:25 - Isaiah (he/him) - South Korea - Theist Calls In With Some Love 49:23 - Gohan (he/him) - TX - Vi Wants to Abort Criminal Violinists 1:15:28 - Felipe (he/him) - Brazil - How to Promote Skepticism as a Doctor? 00:00 The rights of individual Texans have come under fire due to the passing of SB8, an anti-choice bill that limits abortion access and puts bounties on the heads of anyone who gets or assists in reproductive healthcare. For more information, please see the following resources: The text of TX SB8: https://legiscan.com/TX/text/SB8/id/2395961 Overview from the Texas Tribune: https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/31/texas-abortion-law-supreme-court/ Statement by the American Medical Association: https://www.ama-assn.org/delivering-care/patient-support-advocacy/texas-sb-8-puts-bounties-doctors-heads-delivering-care New York Times opinion: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/04/opinion/texas-abortion-law.html Operation Jane video from Anonymous: https://youtu.be/qd-_3gClpaw Report on TikTok vs. Right to Life's snitch website: https://www.npr.org/2021/09/03/1034008380/tiktok-texas-abortion-ban-spam-website-activists 07:19What are the implications of Texas's most recent “Heartbeat Bill,” SB 8? James from Australia wonders what the legal landscape will look like now, not just for people with uteruses but other disenfranchised groups. Vi breaks down how the law might play out, and why we should be concerned. 18:23Message from the hosts: While the mission of this show is to refute as many terrible arguments as we can, we need to be constantly aware when platforming dangerous rhetoric does more harm than good. This was one of those instances, and resulted in a decision to terminate the call. Leon & Libby call in from the UK to talk about why it's inadvisable to vaccinate children for COVID-19. Be warned, this is a Gish gallop of misinformation which the hosts do their best to halt. Vi ends up hanging up, but not before the callers have discredited themselves through demonstrably bad statistical analysis, logical fallacies, and citing of unverified sources. Why VAERS data is unreliable: https://theconversation.com/unverified-reports-of-vaccine-side-effects-in-vaers-arent-the-smoking-guns-portrayed-by-right-wing-media-outlets-they-can-offer-insight-into-vaccine-hesitancy-166401 Percentage of COVID patients with neurological disorders after recovery: https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthart/2021/06/04/high-numbers-of-covid-patients-report-impact-on-mental-health-research-shows/?sh=734f2e5f1d08 Study of number of childhood deaths due to COVID in the UK (6/2020): https://adc.bmj.com/content/early/2021/06/21/archdischild-2020-320899 COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in children in US: https://www.aap.org/en/pages/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-infections/children-and-covid-19-state-level-data-report/ 43:25This caller expresses appreciation for the way Skeptic Generation approaches topics in a more conversational, long-form way. Is it the best atheist call-in show on the internet currently? Who can say, but we certainly think so! For any and all inquiries about guest appearances or collaborations (we're interested!) please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. 49:23If you've followed the hosts for a while, you'll probably remember Gohan, a frequent Talk Heathen caller back in the day. He's back, and ready to spar with Vi about the morality of abortion. His weapon of choice: the violinist argument (and Trent Horn's reverse violinist argument). Too bad for him. Vi is *not* taking this conversation lightly today. To hear a brilliant discussion of the violinist argument, check out Abigail Thorn's video on her channel @PhilosophyTube: https://youtu.be/c2PAajlHbnU 1:15:28Did you know there is apparently a church created every hour in Brazil? A local doctor calls into the show and expresses his concern that widespread credulity in his country is resulting in Brazilians denying medical care on the advice of their pastors. How can he help?___________Skeptic Generation is LIVE every Sunday at 11:30am-1:00pm CTCall on your phone: 585-LA-MURPH (585-526-8774) Call online: https://tiny.cc/callSG Love the show? Become a patron: https://tiny.cc/donatetoSG Buy merch: https://tiny.cc/SGmerch Help with our studio: https://tiny.cc/SGwishlist Join us after the show on Discord: tiny.cc/SGdiscordTo find out more, visit https://www.skepticgeneration.com Copyright © 2021 Skeptic Generation. All rights reserved.
Darcey turns her focus to Aniko's Sweet Sixteen, but in an emotional moment she makes a decision that has big consequences. A peaceful dinner turns ugly when Stacey, Reina and Debbie attempt to uncover the truth about Georgi. 90 Day Fiance | Darcey & Stacey Season 2 Ep. 6 Follow us on Instagram @90DayCrazyInLove Find out more at 90daypodcast.com Contact us at email@example.com The only 90 Day Fiance podcast hosted by an international couple.
Girl Gotta Hike the Podcast has reached episode Sweet Sixteen, which is not only super exciting, but an amazing coincidence, since the featured guests happen to both be sixteen years old and reign from Melissa's hometown of Rochester, New York!Kahmil Monk-George and Amanda Torres are both Junior Urban Ecologists with The Seneca Park Zoo Society's Rochester Urban Ecology Program, a paid workforce development program for junior and senior high schoolers. Back in April, during their high school Spring Break, they joined Melissa for a walk and talk on a crisp Spring morning in Seneca Park, home to the Seneca Park Zoo, and home base for their program. Amanda and Kahmil talked about their experience as Junior Urban Ecologists, their involvement with the Urban Ecology Program, and its four-part mission to reflect on the relationship between humans and the environment around them, encourage community engagement in the outdoors, develop a sense of stewardship for the natural spaces within the city, and to prepare themselves for future job opportunities. Spending quality time in the outdoors has had a huge impact on these two young humans, most especially during these tough pandemic times, which are often overloaded with Zoom calls and remote learning. Connecting with each other and the natural world around them, in a safe and socially distant way, has proven to be their saving grace for such stressful times, and their enthusiasm for bringing their fellow teens and younger kids along for the ride is infectious. Melissa was first connected to these amazing young women by their program manager, Chris Widmaier, through the recently founded New York Outdoor Recreation Coalition, which consists of a diverse membership organizations, and advocacy groups, working to ensure equal access to outdoor recreation in New York State.Thanks so much to Amanda and Kahmil for taking time out of their High School Spring Break to hang out and go for a walk with Girl Gotta Hike! Best wishes to you both on an awesome Senior Year and beyond!SHOW NOTES / USEFUL LINKS: Gossamer Gear Discount — use code “GIRLGOTTAHIKEGOSSAMER” for 15% off your first purchase at GossamerGear.comLink here to check out GG's The One and The Two ultralight backpacking tents! Rochester Urban Ecologists - websiteRocUrbanEcologists - InstagramProgram Coordinator, Chris WidmaierRochester's Summer of Opportunity ProgramCity of Rochester - Rec CentersSeneca Park ZooSeneca ParkHighland ParkCobbs Hill Park & Washington GroveGenesee Valley ParkNew York Outdoor Recreation Coalition
Tim Johnson of Oral Roberts University athletic department shared to us the impact sweet sixteen caused to the school. Some of the things that almost everybody had been blown away with since they went to the sweet sixteen is that immediately there is a massive uptick in application. Requests for information shoot up by almost 400 percent, millions of people are going into their website, their social media reach is about 285 million and the value of those brands seen on that tournament range from 20 million to 100 million. It really shed an incredible light to ORU, it showed how great the university is and showcased Tulsa and how great a city Tulsa is. Sweet Sixteen had really just breathed fresh life to ORU in almost every aspect of the university and one of the transformation events project is the Mike Carter athletic center which will take their programs to the next level. To schedule a FREE real estate specialists consultation please contact Darryl Baskin of Baskin Real Estate Specialists powered by eXp Realty. DARRYL BASKIN Baskin Real Estate Specialists, eXp Realty Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 918 258 2600 Tel: 918 740 0077 Thinking of Selling? Get your FREE Home Valuation complete with local comparables instantly. https://www.homeguidetulsa.com/sell.php Looking to Purchase? Search thousands of current listings directly from our local MLS. https://www.homeguidetulsa.com/index.php?advanced=1&display=&custombox=&types=1&beds=0&baths=0&min=0&max=100000000&rtype=map#rslac
It's Jerry's birthday and he's 16(ish)! Beks and Susie discuss how Leslie tries to do it all and eventually has to listen to Ron and slow down. This week's National Park is New River Gorge Park and PreserveFollow us here:Twitter: @pawnee_commonsInstagram: pawneecommonspodFacebook: The Pawnee CommonsProducer: Andy MeyerIntro and Outro Music:Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3976-life-of-rileyLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Links:https://www.nps.gov/neri/index.htmhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_River_Gorge_National_Park_and_Preservehttps://www.nps.gov/neri/planyourvisit/index.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/learn/historyculture/thurmond.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/learn/historyculture/nuttallburg.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/planyourvisit/nrgbridge.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/planyourvisit/scenic-drives-at-new-river-gorge.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/planyourvisit/african-american-heritage-auto-tour.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/planyourvisit/snakes.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/learn/historyculture/motherjones.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/learn/historyculture/carter-g-woodson.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/neri/learn/nature/animals.htm
It's Queerly Recommended's Sweet Sixteen and we have one question for you: Are you down with the witchy witchy? While you ponder that, listen to Kris and Tara celebrate this transition from one stage of a podcast's life into another by dishing about the latest Marvel offerings, tags in fic and the romantic utility of the humble tentacle. They revisit last week's conversation about trans-women in lesfic with a terrific list of books ready for you to dive into. Last but not least, Kris utters a phrase that Tara has Never Heard An Author Say Before. Enjoy! Official recommendations for this week are Under Her Influence by Amanda Radley, presented by Kris, and One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston, presented by Tara. If you enjoy this episode, please consider buying Kris & Tara a Ko-fi! Also discussed: Black Widow (Disney+) The Lesbian Review and its many, many tags Roller Girl by Vanessa North (As you guys mentioned) Knowing Her by Raquel De Leon Second Exposure by Chelsea Cameron The Dreadnaught series by April Daniels Cheer Up (Graphic Novel) by Crystal Frasier Fake It by Lily Seabrooke Alone - Season Two (History) Atypical (Netflix) Fear Street Part One: 1994 and Part Two: 1978 (Netflix) Loki (Disney+) Covenant by Ann McMan Under Her Influence by Amanda Radley One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain The Queen (Netflix)
Sixteen-year-old Rhona Duncan was murdered in the early hours of July 15, 1976 after walking home from a high school birthday party. She was in sight of her North Vancouver house, when she was intercepted, raped and strangled. Although 45 years has gone by, Rhona's friends still get together to remember her and to try and solve her murder. Some believe they know who did it. This episode is based on original research and interviews from a story in my book Cold Case Vancouver: the city's most baffling unsolved murders. For show credits, photos, sources and information about my books, blog or podcasts, please visit https://evelazarus.com
Dog the bounty hunter's daughters sweet sixteen party / black dj/ gets gifted a black suv Radiskull and devil doll Sneezing on your phone Something died and I can't find it Weird Florida cold front. Breezy day England lost to Italy The Stanley cup is broken New job prospects The return of fans to live events New show: coincidental: how to be a tyrant / Netflix If I was a dictator/ Mikey b 7-11s new commercial/ they know people are trash people: where else can people get a big gulp, slice of pizza and a trucker hat for breakfast? Vs famous bullies Biff tannen v Johnny Lawrence Nelson muntz v Eric cartman Buzz McAllister v Chet (weird science) John bender v roger klotz Ohnoradioshow.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs ohnoradioshow.com Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Patreon.com/ONRS Twitch.tv/onrslive
Everyone seems to have a podcast now, but John Siuntres is one of the very early podcasters, and has been going strong since 2005 with his very popular Word Balloon podcast. He talks about how he started podcasting, how he built his audience, boxing, what he thinks of the proliferation of podcasts, how he's been able to podcast for so long, comics and animation, nerd culture, Star Trek, his hosting style, the North Shore and New Trier, how he gets guests, why he's into comics, what he thinks of video-casting, advice for podcasting, and more.Click the link below to play, or download it by right-clicking (on a PC) or holding down the CTRL key and clicking on it (for Mac). http://radiogirl.us/audio/RG175.mp3And listen to the previous podcast with John about his radio career and more.p.s. My novel, Wicker Park Wishes, is now available! Published by Eckhartz Press, owned by longtime radio pro Rick Kaempfer (who I interviewed for this podcast in the early days). Order at wickerparkwishes.com
No, you host a daily Garfield recap podcast. Shut up! Your hosts for today's episode were Christopher Winter, Jonathan Gibson Today's episode of our popular new segment Sweet Sixteen is about the web color #000004. Check it out! #000004 Are there fine Being Jim Davis-themed wares available for sale in the Pitch Drop Store? We'll never tell... Today's strip Become a Patron! Or visit these other fine internet URLs: BJD Homepage | BJD Twitter | BJD Facebook Page | Pitchdrop Network Homepage
We have some help from experts to ensure your pets have a safe 4th... Plus, we are talking the Sweet Sixteen in June and there's a perfectly logical reason why... And, can math determine your soul mate? We'll find out! If you missed it, here's our show for Wednesday, June 30th, 2021, On Demand on accessmore or wherever you listen to podcasts!
Avec Nomadland, Chloé Zhao est la première femme non-blanche a avoir gagné l'Oscar du meilleur long-métrage. Le film , une fusion de drame et de documentaire, met au cœur de l'histoire le personnage de Fern (joué par Frances McDormand), une sexagénaire précaire qui décide de prendre la route avec son vieux van, après la mort de son mari. Clémentine Gallot et Pauline Verduzier l'ont vu et en parlent dans cet épisode court de Quoi de Meuf.Les références entendues dans l'épisode : Nomadland de Chloé Zhao (2020)Jessica Bruder, “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-first Century”, WW Norton & Co (2017)"Nomadland rend hommage à ces Américains qui vivent dans leur van pour survivre”, Franceinfo (2019) Nomadland a été primé à la 93ème cérémonie des Oscars 2021 en remportant la récompense suprême du meilleur long-métrage. La réalisatrice, Chloé Zhao, est devenue la première cinéaste non-blanche à remporter le prix du meilleur réalisateur. Le film a reçu au total 34 trophées pour la réalisation, 13 pour le scénario et 9 pour le montage. Les chansons que mes frères me chantaient de Chloé Zhao (2015)The Rider de Chloé Zhao (2017)Frances McDormand est une actrice et le personnage principal dans Nomadland. Elle a également joué dans Sang pour sang de Joel Coen (1984) avec qui elle est mariée. Eternals de Chloé Zhao (2021)Avengers: Endgame d'Anthony Russo et Joe Russo (2019)Louise Wimmer de Cyril Mennegun (2012)American Honey de Andrea Arnold (2016)Ken Loach est un réalisateur britannique. Il a réalisé les films Ladybird, Sweet Sixteen, Land and Freedom. Monster de Patty Jenkins (2003)Florence Aubenas, “Le Quai de Ouistreham”, Points (2021)David Russell Strathairn est un acteur américain qui joue le personnage de Dave dans Nomadland. Kelly Reichardt est une scénariste et réalisatrice américaine connue pour avoir réalisé Night Moves (primé en 2013 au Festival du cinéma américain de Deauville), Certain Women et Meek's Cutoff. Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse: Pauline Verduzier. Mixage Laurie Galligani. Prise de son par Adrien Beccaria à l'Arrière Boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation, Montage et coordination Ashley Tola.
Sarah and Mary recap the Lifetime movie, “Soccer Mom Madam.” Sarah is impressed with Anna's hustle and drive, yet confused with her choice to have an “Eyes Wide Shut” themed Sweet Sixteen party for her daughter — including a pig wearing a tutu. Mary is bummed that the madam in charge ends up at Rikers, but less bummed than when she discovers she ultimately ends up at a pig farm. Inspired by true events, this one has a lot of laughs and leaves the girls questioning their career. Subscribe, follow, like, and review wherever you get your podcasts.Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and join us on Patreon. sarahcolonna.com maryradzinski.com © 2020-2021 Are You My Podcast?
Kaylee Loper turned sweet 16 yesterday, but dinner did not go as planned. A woman left one of the best things ever on her tombstone after she passed. Mark Zuckerberg can surf and keep sharks away at the same time. Wedding costs are skyrocketing. Plus, electric cars, Treadmill Trivia, Naomi Osaka, health mandates expiring, Friends reunion in China, the Memorial tournament and more!
Brent grew up in Indiana where he participated in high school basketball all four years, leading West Lafayette Harrison High to the Sweet Sixteen in 1997, back when every school in the state played one state championship. Inducted into the high school hall of fame in 2014- being the only player in the high schools' history to be in the top 10 for points, rebounds, assists, and steals. He went on to play collegiate basketball at DII St. Josephs College in Indiana. There he made All-Freshman Honors and continued his success in becoming All-Conference player Junior and Senior year while also being named a DII All-American. After college, he continued his love of basketball and teaching in Indiana before moving to Chicago to further grow his basketball circle. Here he began as Director of Player Development at Illinois Spotlite and helped coach with Larry Butler and the famous Illinois Warriors. After, he joined Full Package Athletics as Director of Player Development, where he met Billy Welcome. He has worked with players in all levels-elementary, high school, college, and professional. As the Director of ALL IN Chicago, Brent will be responsible for the oversight of training programs, leagues, and travel teams for the ALL IN Chicago program. He will be focusing on building the programs and player development for the city of Chicago.
In this episode, the coaches breakdown the second round of the NCAA Women's Tournament and preview this week's Sweet Sixteen matches. If you have questions for the show, you can email the coaches at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on Takeline, Jason Concepcion and Renee Montgomery react to the results of the Sweet Sixteen games in both the Men's and Women's NCAA tourney and are joined by Tate Frazier to talk about what to expect from the Elite Eight games. Taylor Rooks talks about her experiences as a black woman in the media and what it was like to cover the NBA inside the bubble. Jason and Renee also discuss the recent restrictive voting law passed in Georgia. Plus, Take Survivor is back! SHOW NOTES: For more on how to get involved to help protect voting rights you can go to votesaveamerica.com/forthepeople Don't forget to smash the subscribe button at http://youtube.com/takelineshow for exclusive video clips and to watch ALL CAPS NBA. New episodes every Friday! Watch Taylor's show Take It There & follow Taylor on Twitter @TaylorRooks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6c3C9W8oW_c&list=PLoqDIJHlyN3OhgFTmjvA6OTyy-7tczRyn Listen to the Titus & Tate show & follow Tate on Twitter @tatefrazier https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/titus-tate/id1485321758 For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/takeline. For a transcript of this episode, please email email@example.com and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, we break down Michigan's dominant win over Florida State in the Sweet Sixteen, their upcoming matchup against UCLA in the Elite Eight and more on the Wolverines' run. First, we look at what impressed us the most about the Wolverines' lopsided win over the Seminoles. We discuss the coaching job done in preparation for the contest, adjustments made along the way, the assertive play of Franz Wagner and Brandon Johns Jr., Michigan's stellar defense and much more. We look into the Wolverines disrupting narratives in the last two games, and debate if Sunday's game changes our view of Michigan's national title hopes. In the second half of the episode, we look at UCLA and its improbable run to the Elite Eight. We discuss the Bruins' talent, why they are playing so well right now and what challenges they present for the Wolverines. We also take a peek at the Gonzaga-USC matchup and which potential Final Four matchup is better for Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cousin Sal and Dave begin by arguing over who deserves credit for inventing the League of Leagues Draft concept (02:00). NBA Champion and USC alum Brian Scalabrine joins to discuss the Trojans run in the NCAA tournament and why rooting for conferences in college basketball makes sense. Plus does he think USC can upset Gonzaga (06:00)? Then Scal he explains how the viral video of him beating a high school basketball player 11-0 came about and what was on the line in the bet (13:00). Plus, NBA talk as Scal thinks fans and the internet is overreacting over the Nets latest additions- Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge and why James Harden deserves to win MVP (22:15). Plus, who would win in an All-Star one on one contest, his NBA Finals press conference moment and the time Kendrick Perkins didn’t stop Delonte West and Gerald Green from fighting (27:30) . Finally, Scal gives his NBA/NCAA championship parlay of Gonzaga and the Milwaukee Bucks (21-1). Sal and Dave recap the Sweet Sixteen and a weekend filled with March Madness. Then they preview tonight’s games Oregon State/Houston and Arkansas/Baylor. Sal explains to Dave how hockey’s playoffs are even a worse indication than college basketball of not necessarily crowning the best team (34:30). Andre Drummond to the Lakers could be a difference in the playoffs and the Crown Royal Athletes of the Week (55:30). Finally, Dave loses another set of car keys and now can’t leave the house without the help of a car service (01:03:30).
The guys recap the Sweet Sixteen action including UCLA’s upset over Alabama, Oregon State moving on and the PAC 12 dominance in general. Plus the guys play their new ’30 for 30′ documentary “The Halfening.” Then they give all their against the spread picks in their Elite Eight preview Subscribe to the College Experience w/ Colby Dant for all your College Basketball and FCS needs -> sg.pn/tce Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchListen - Apple | SpotifyRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - WynnBet | BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
Oral Roberts University made the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA men's basketball tournament this year but is facing enormous criticism for its biblical moral values. Today's podcast reports on this controversy, responds to ORU's critics, and focuses on two imperatives illustrated by Jesus on Holy Monday that are interrelated and vital for all Christians today. To receive The Daily Article in your inbox every Monday through Friday morning, subscribe at DenisonForum.org/subscribe.
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James Seltzer and Eliot Shorr-Parks react to the huge Eagles trade moving back from the #6 pick to the #12 pick in the NFL Draft. Then, the guys are joined by Eli Hershkovitz to discuss the best bets for the Sweet Sixteen games in this weekend's NCAA Tournament. Presented by Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or click ParxCasino.com/PA and use the promo code “GOBIRDS” for first bet risk-free up to $500. Must be 21. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. Plus, Parx Casino Sportsbook has a great offer for new customers...a free $ 50 Sportsbook Bet with NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED for a limited time only. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A thrilling March Madness marches on to the Sweet 16, and our host Stuckey is joined as always by Collin Wilson and Mike Randle to tackle all eight games from every betting angle for sports gamblers everywhere. Together they discuss Creighton's changes against Gonzaga, Florida State's upset potential, Baylor and Alabama's odds to cruise to a cover and so much more. Plus we're joined by the fellas at Three Man Weave, who help us build another Weekend Six Pack of picks for the Sweet 16. And to take advantage of our partner BetMGM's great sign-up offer of a risk-free $600 first bet, just follow the link below: https://mediaserver.partners.roardigital.com/renderBanner.do?zoneId=1611872&tdpeh=action-pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Tuesday, UConn Women's Basketball coasted past Syracuse into its 27th consecutive Sweet Sixteen. One of the key drivers of the Huskies success this season is Freshman star Paige Bueckers. And the 19-year-old guard is more than just a basketball prodigy, she's also a social media sensation who has more Instagram follower than people like Justin Fields and Jalen Suggs. Today, The Athletic’s Charlotte Carroll tells us why Bueckers resonates so much with fans -- and just how bright her future appears.Read Charlotte Carroll's UConn basketball coverage: https://theathletic.com/author/charlotte-carroll/
The guys (@GamblingPodcast) go over their historic hot streak when it comes to their March Madness picks. A quick recap of how the March Madness 10 Betting Commandments have fared so far in the tournament. Then of course a Sweet Sixteen preview as the gang gives their betting picks for every Sweet Sixteen game against the spread. Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchListen - Apple | SpotifyRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
In this episode, we break down how the Michigan basketball looked in the opening weekend of the 2021 NCAA Tournament, along with a look-ahead to the Sweet Sixteen. We begin by looking at the Wolverines’ wins over Texas Southern and Louisiana State. We discuss Eli Brooks, Chaundee Brown Jr., Michigan’s perseverance, strategic decisions and other components that impressed us. We then discussed the up-and-down play of Hunter Dickinson, Mike Smith, Franz Wagner, some tight officiating and other concerning elements from Michigan’s NCAA Tournament run without Isaiah Livers. In the second half of the episode, we go big-picture and look ahead to the Sweet Sixteen. We first talk about the significance of Michigan making six Sweet Sixteen appearances in eight years and four in a row, along with the Wolverines leading the nation with 20 NCAA Tournament wins in the last eight postseasons. We next discuss what Michigan can realistically improve between now and the Sweet Sixteen, and offer an early preview of the Wolverines’ matchup against 4-seed Florida State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colin provides the backstory to Aaron Rodgers’ displeasure with the Packers front office and why Rodgers plays a role in Green Bay failing to win a second Super Bowl with him as the starting quarterback. He presents the case that the 2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers might be the best team Tom Brady has ever played on including the 2007 undefeated Patriots. Nick Wright from First Things First joins the show to discuss Zion Williamson’s dominant start to his NBA career. Plus, Colin talks to Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim about their run to the Sweet Sixteen and coaching his son along the way. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Michigan has advanced to the Sweet Sixteen and will face Florida State. What Michigan needs to do to advance and can they get a repeat performance from Eli Brooks and Chaundee Brown ? Michigan State was eliminated... they need a point guard and spring football is here! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Tuesday Buckeye Talk Podcast from cleveland.com focuses on football as Doug Lesmerises, Stephen Means and Nathan Baird run through the latest updates from head coach Ryan Day as the Buckeyes continue to practice this spring. How do the linebackers fit together? What's happening with expected starting center Harry Miller? Are there changes in how the cornerbacks will be used?Then it's on to basketball and the handling of hateful social media messages directed at Ohio State basketball sophomore E.J. Liddell. Plus, the Big Ten landed nine teams in the NCAA Tournament and only one advanced to the Sweet Sixteen. What happened?Then there's an update on the Gas Station Snack Bracket.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
FSU returns to the formula to make it thru to the second weekend (30:00) Pro Day results. What if 5 guys on that 2020 defense get drafted? Music: The Crests - Sixteen Candles Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Department of Justice may seek sedition charges against some of those who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Evidence points to a carefully planned plot, executed with military training. The insurrection has revealed a number of law-enforcement officers and former members of the military who take part in extremist behavior: According to an analysis from USA Today, 43 of the 324 people who’ve been arrested so far are military veterans, current or former police officers, or public-safety workers. Spring breakers continue to wreak havoc in Miami. The Miami Herald writes that crowds have been so “violently rowdy” that restaurants have had to close down. And CNN reports that police have made more than 1,000 arrests since February 3. The pandemic has led to a housing boom for white-collar Americans, with prices reaching peaks not seen since 2006. The Wall Street Journal explains why it’s getting easier for wealthy people to buy second homes. Oral Roberts University made history on Sunday, becoming only the second 15th-seeded team to advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. CBS Sports has the story. It was part of a weekend of upsets that ruined fan predictions: Marketwatch says no perfect brackets remained out of the 20 million filled out online. And Yahoo Sports reports that COVID-19 forced Virginia Commonwealth University to exit the tournament before playing its first game.
The NCAA Tournament has arrived and Rico Beard and Evan Jankens are here to talk about the Wolverines and Spartans matchups. How much will losing Isaiah Livers hurt the Wolverines? Can Michigan State win 3 games in the opening weekend? Did MSU get screwed with the play-in game? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.