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14:29 - Washington Football Team: thoughts on the departure of Washington chief legal officer Damon Jones to the Los Angeles Dodgers after just a little more than a year with the WFT 24:52 - Washington Football Team: deep dive on important context regarding the annual January lament of WFT fans regarding former Washington offensive assistants Kyle Shanahan, Sean McVay and Matt LaFleur thriving elsewhere as NFL head coaches 42:40 - Capitals: analysis of a wild 4-3 overtime win over the Winnipeg Jets 50:42 - Maryland Basketball: just how bad is this Terrapins season going to get off the Terps falling to 1-6 in the Big Ten with an 83-64 loss at Michigan? https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-al-galdi-podcast/id1553345193 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
13:39 - Washington Football Team: a look at Washington's injury report for offensive players for the season finale at the New York Giants...and react to comments from Scott Turner on what he looks for in a franchise quarterback and on Taylor Heinicke 32:09 - Washington Football Team: react to comments from a surprisingly-candid Jack Del Rio on his future as Washington defensive coordinator, what went wrong for the WFT's defense in the 2021 season and more...a look at Washington's injury report for defensive players for the season finale at the New York Giants...and a Deshazor Everett update 51:41 - Washington Football Team: Galdi's Rhyming Keys for a WFT loss - yes, a loss - at the New York Giants in Week 18...and Galdi's prediction for the game 01:03:08 - Maryland Basketball: analysis of a 76-64 loss at Illinois that included the Terrapins getting wrecked by Kofi Cockburn 01:08:04 - Wizards: thoughts on the Glenn Consor situation and a rant on LeBron James' reaction to the situation https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Maryland vs. Illinois College Basketball Pick Prediction 1/6/2022 by Tony T. Maryland at Illinois—Maryland is 0-2 against the Big Ten. They have struggled to defend the perimeter allowing 36.8% from three. They are weak scoring inside. Terrapins don't utilize much of their bench as their starters go deep into games. Illinois is 3-0 against the Big Ten with home wins by 23 at Minnesota and by 25 at home to Rutgers. They have a road win at Iowa. Against the Big Ten the Fighting Illini best in offense and defensive efficiency. Illinois against the conference shooting 40.3% from three, make 86.2% at the free throw line and strong on the glass. Play Illinois -11.5.
Maryland vs. Iowa College Basketball Pick Prediction 1/3/2022 by Tony T. Maryland at Iowa—Maryland's head coach resigned during the non-conference period. This is the Terrapins first true road game. Not also good for the first true road game to come at the start of conference play. Terrapins are a poor shooting team that struggles from three. They already have three losses on their home court.
14:15 - Washington Football Team: react to the shooting death of Montez Sweat's brother, including how it continues a horrendous run of off-the-field news for Washington in its 2021 season 21:52 - Washington Football Team: an assessment of Washington's (slim) playoff hopes and what's truly best for the team...and a discussion about Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen off Ron Rivera speaking further about potentially playing Allen over Heinicke 34:26 - Washington Football Team: examining some notable injury and COVID-19 situations for Washington and its opponent in Week 17, the Philadelphia Eagles...and a rant on the criticism of the NFL's recent changes to its COVID-19 policy 43:49 - Maryland Football vs. Virginia Tech Football: thoughts on the Terrapins' 54-10 win over the Hokies in the Pinstripe Bowl 51:20 - Capitals: analysis of a wild 5-3 win over the Nashville Predators in the Caps' first game in 10 days https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Maryland vs. Virginia Tech College Football Pick Prediction 12/29/2021 by Tony T. Maryland vs. Virginia Tech—Several Hokies playmakers have opted out of this bowl game including their top wide receivers. At least seven starters not playing including quarterback Braxton Burmeister. Head coach Justin Fuente was fired so an interim coach is in place for this game. Maryland offense trended well offensively down the stretch as in their past three games averaged 461 yards, 4.8 yards per rush along with 280 passing for 7.8 yards per pass attempt. Hokies pass defense in this period surrendering 306 passing yards with 8.4 yards per pass attempt. Terrapins quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa has passed for over 300 yards in four of his past five games. Play Maryland -3.5.
Pat and Bill get ya geared up for the Pinstripe Bowl against the Terrapins. Amongst other things.
Washington Football Team: The Front Five - Galdi's five biggest takeaways from Washington's 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, including in-depth breakdowns of what went wrong for Taylor Heinicke and the WFT's offense, how the WFT's defense had a good game and more Washington Football Team: more from Washington's 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, including breakdowns of WFT's playoff position, how Kyle Allen did in his season debut and the reigniting of the Washington-Dallas rivalry Maryland Basketball: thoughts on a big 70-68 win over No. 20 Florida...and a rant on a growing narrative regarding Terrapins fans and Mark Turgeon Navy Football: a proper salute to the Midshipmen for their 17-13 win over Army Virginia Football: react to the Cavaliers hiring Tony Elliott as their head coach Capitals: analysis of a 4-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins and a 3-2 shootout win at the Buffalo Sabres Wizards: sorting through the Wiz's latest problems off a 123-98 loss to the Utah Jazz Georgetown Basketball: examining a big 79-75 win over Syracuse https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
13:17 - Washington Football Team: thoughts on Ryan Fitzpatrick reportedly undergoing right-hip surgery, including whether Washington's 2021 season would be appreciably different had he stayed healthy 26:58 - Guest: Former Washington tight end Rick "Doc" Walker, host of The Doc Walker Podcast, on the Washington Football Team - the meaning of Dallas Week, the improvement of Washington's defense, the play of Taylor Heinicke, the impressive success of the WFT's offensive line and much more 53:31 - Washington Football Team: examining the state of Washington at linebacker off it placing Khaleke Hudson on the Reserve/Injured List...and proper praise for Deshazor Everett and Danny Johnson 01:00:58 - Guest: Maryland all-time-great head coach Gary Williams, co-host of The DC Coaches Basketball Podcast, on Mark Turgeon's stunning resignation as Terrapins head coach, what now for the Terps and whether Gary would want to be Terps head coach again 01:18:22 - Virginia Basketball: analysis of a stunning 52-49 loss at James Madison https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
14:14 - Washington Football Team: The Front Five - Galdi's five biggest takeaways from Washington's 17-15 win at the Las Vegas Raiders, including what the four-game winning streak is telling us about Ron Rivera and in-depth breakdowns of the WFT's defense, Taylor Heinicke and Antonio Gibson 54:17 - Washington Football Team: more from Washington's 17-15 win at the Las Vegas Raiders, including examining whether Yannick Ngakoue's block on Logan Thomas was dirty and proper praise for Adam Humphries 01:06:36 - Maryland Basketball: react to Mark Turgeon shockingly stepping down as Terrapins head coach and to the Terps' 67-61 loss to Northwestern 01:24:43 - Wizards: black-boxing an ugly weekend for the Wiz that featured a 116-101 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers and a 102-90 loss at the Toronto Raptors 01:32:10 - Capitals: analysis of a 3-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets 01:42:28 - College Basketball: thoughts on Georgetown's 80-67 loss at South Carolina, Virginia's 57-56 win over Pitt and Virginia Tech's 80-61 loss to Wake Forest https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Click here to watch the Youtube version: https://youtu.be/N5dQdNW4jrU Not even an hour after the guys finished recording, the college basketball world had breaking news -- Mark Turgeon and the Maryland Terrapins were parting ways. This spurred both Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander into action to break down why it happened now, some of the stress Turgeon was facing and who are the early candidates for this job. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maryland vs. Rutgers Pick Prediction 11/27/2021 by Tony T. Maryland at Rutgers—Both teams sit at 5-6 and win and they become bowl eligible. Six of the Terrapins past seven Big Ten opponents were upper echelon teams and have been beaten up. Maryland has the better offense. Rutgers past three games has averaged only 229 yards with 3.4 yards per rush and 4.1 per pass attempt. What is troubling about Rutgers is the 21-7 loss at a rebuilding Northwestern team behind only 222 yards of offense. Terrapins quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa has passed for over three hundred yards in three of four games. Play Maryland -1.5.
Former Michigan football tight end and Mackey Award-winner Jake Butt joins the show as he does every Friday to break down the upcoming matchup for the Wolverines. This week: a trip to College Park, Maryland, where the maize and blue will look to upend the Terrapins. We discuss the difficulties of not looking ahead to Ohio State and what Maryland will present. (NOTE: Due to technical difficulties related to recording the show on the road, there are portions of the podcast where the audio cuts out.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We caught up with Jacob Richman, football beat writer for the University of Maryland's student newspaper, The Diamondback. Jacob and Trevor Woods preview Michigan at Maryland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michigan vs. Maryland Pick Prediction 11/20/2021 by Tony T. Michigan at Maryland—Michigan has covered five of six after their 21-17 road win at Penn St. Wolverines gave up the lead late and countered with a late big play touchdown in victory. Against the Big Ten the Wolverines holding opponents to 306 yards. Maryland's defense has struggled against the top tier Big Ten schools giving up 40 points to Michigan St, 66 to Ohio St, and 51 to Iowa. Past three Big Ten games Terrapins defense allowing 461 yards with 297 passing for 8.7 yards per attempt. Play Michigan -14.5.
Maryland vs. Michigan St Pick Prediction 11/13/2021 by Tony T. Maryland at Michigan St—Maryland has played poorly defensively against the Big Ten as they give up 452 yards and 39 points a game. They have lost four of five conference games. Spartans look to rebound after their first loss of the season. Past two games the Spartans allowed 552 yards and 33 points to Michigan and 40 points and 594 yards to Purdue. Terrapins are trending well in the passing game past three Big Ten games passing for 326 yards, 67.2% completion rate and 7.8 yards per pass attempt. Play Maryland and Michigan St over 61.
PFF's Anthony Treash joins the show and explains why Michigan football's loss to MSU isn't that bad from a 30,000 foot perspective. Also, some insight into what Ohio State is and has been and the Wolverines' prospects against the Buckeyes, Hoosiers, Nittany Lions, and Terrapins in the final four weeks. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Penn St vs. Maryland Pick Prediction 11/6/2021 by Tony T. Penn St at Maryland—Defense has struggled for Maryland. Against the Big 12 the Terrapins are allowing 451 yards and 40.6 points per game. Indiana was dealing with injuries and down to fourth and third stringers. Hoosiers found a way to cover and put up 35 points along with 446 yards on the Terrapins. Penn St did show competitiveness covering in their loss at Ohio St last week. They have allowed 23 or fewer points in nine of their past ten games. Nittany Lions quarterback Sean Clifford was 100% last week against the Buckeyes and completed 67.3% of his throws for 361 yards and 6.9 yards per attempt. Play Penn St -10.
Penn State faces Big 10 East foe Maryland on Saturday in College Park hoping to stop a three-game losing streak. Host of the BWI Daily Edition, and film analyst for Blue White Illustrated, Thomas Frank Carr brings his unique look at the Terrapins after watching several of their games on film this season. He points out just how similarly the two offenses are built and how they try to accomplish the same things through the same means. He also takes a look at the signal callers for each team and how they compare in those systems. From there he compares the running games, their output, and how each offensive line is built. The differences, according to T-Frank are on the defensive side of the ball. Penn State is better in several key areas. Maryland has a slightly different philosophy in how they want to play in the defensive secondary, which has hurt them at times this year. Finally he wraps up by judging the strengths and weaknesses of each team and how those might play out on the field this weekend. Join BWI: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: http://bluewhiteillustrated.com/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: http://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://bluewhiteillustrated.podbean.com/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/
Jeff breaks down the dominating 66-17 victory over the Terrapins
Indiana vs. Maryland Pick Prediction 10/30/2021 by Tony T. Indiana at Maryland—Indiana dealing with a crisis at quarterback as their first and second string may be out with injury. Starter Michael Penix has a shoulder injury and Jack Tuttle a lower body injury. Donaven McCulley relieved in the Ohio St game and completed 1 of 6 passes. Hoosiers in their four Big Ten games average 7 points and 236 yards per game. Maryland has been roughed up in their past three Big Ten games. But they are more stable at quarterback with Taulia Tagovailoa who completes 71% of his passes for a passing attack that averages 8.1 per attempt. At home the Terrapins move the football for 466 yards. Play Maryland -5.
Maryland vs. Minnesota Pick Prediction 10/23/2021 by Tony T. Maryland at Minnesota—College football free pick is Minnesota Golden Gophers -5. Maryland has been pounded the past two Big 10 games allowing 51 points and 428 yards to Iowa and 66 points along with 498 yards to Ohio St all in defeat. Golden Gophers have won two straight against the Big 10 beating Purdue on the road and Nebraska at home. Defensively they have allowed 23 points or fewer in four straight. Tanner Morgan has improved facing the Big Ten as he is completing 64.2% of his throws for 8.7 yards per pass attempt. Terrapins were held to 17 points at Ohio St and 20 at Illinois on the road. Play Minnesota -5.
Michael Citro and Chip Minnich are back from their bye week, breaking down Ohio State's 66-17 win over the Maryland Terrapins and checking on how they did with their predictions. They also preview Saturday's upcoming match-up with the Indiana Hoosiers with Indianapolis Star writer Zach Osterman and take a walk through this past week's Big Ten results.
Ohio State looked like a title contender against Maryland, with the No. 1 offense in the country and a defense that held the Terrapins to just 17 points. Can they build on that momentum into the meat of the Big Ten schedule?
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz speak with Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we break down Ohio State's 66-17 victory over the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday October 9, 2021 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. During this edition we talk about the performance we saw from Buckeyes offense, their defense, and discuss how the running back played during the game.
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz speak with Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we preview Saturday's game against the Maryland Terrapins at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Next, we discuss what you can expect to see from both team's performance level and make our final score predictions regarding who we think will win the game. Finally, we talk about the situation that recently has happened with former Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer.
S07E26 - Know Your Enemy: MarylandIn today's episode, Kyle and Jared preview the Maryland and Ohio State game.Is Tagovailoa the guy we saw in the first four games or vs Iowa?With Dontay Demus out, who are the Terrapins' main threats?Can Maryland slow down the Buckeye offense?What are the biggest questions on the Buckeye fan's minds?How close will this game be?Master Link: http://theSloopcast.comArtist: MojoFlo (http://www.mojoflomusic.com/)Song: Perpetual Conduit of Positivity (https://youtu.be/y-CU3HhjEHI)#GoBucks, #OhioState, #BuckeyeNation, #Buckeyes
Ohio State Buckeyes vs Maryland Terrapins betting picks, predictions and odds for their Big Ten Football showdown on Saturday, October 9 2021 at 12:00pm ET from Ohio Stadium in Columbus. After dropping their Week 2 non-conference game to Oregon, Ohio State has gotten things back on track in the Big Ten. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this NCAAF Week 6 clash between the Terrapins and Buckeyes. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Ohio State as a 20.5-point home favorite over Maryland, with the over/under sitting at 71.5 points.
The hosts are new, but the sarcasm hasn't changed a bit. Join Gene Ross and Josh Dooley all year long as they break down everything going on in Buckeye Nation on Land-Grant Holy Land's flagship podcast. Ohio State is facing a steady increase in competition each week leading up to their Halloween weekend matchup with Penn State, beginning with Akron and continuing through Rutgers and now moving up to Maryland. The Terrapins did not have a good showing in their last time out against Iowa, but Taulia Tagovailoa and company should teach us a little bit more about just how improved the Buckeye defense actually is. On top of that, Gene and Josh take a look at the national college football landscape as we head into Week 6. Connect with the Podcast: Twitter: @HolyLandPod Connect with Gene: Twitter: @Gene_Ross23 Connect with Josh: Twitter: @jdooleybuckeye Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ohio State football beat reporter Bill Rabinowitz speaks with Ryan McFadden, sports reporter, for the Baltimore Sun on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this edition we preview the upcoming football game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Maryland Terrapins in Ohio Stadium.
Michael Citro and Chip Minnich break down Ohio State's blowout victory over Rutgers in Piscataway, preview the upcoming Maryland game with Sam Oshtry from Testudo Times, and check the scores around the Big Ten to see how other teams fared this past weekend.
Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day speaks to the media on Tuesday October 5, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. During this Day previews the upcoming game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Maryland Terrapins.
The Hawks dismantled the Terps last Friday 51-14. This team now sits at #3 in the country and has all the expectations in the world placed upon them. They control their destiny in the West by a wide margin, and much of the division has questions to answer before they can even think about the B1G title game. The Offense took many steps forward, highlighted by Arland Bruce, Progress by Petras, and some O-line stability. The Defense continued their run of dominance with the most impressive outing yet. 5 interceptions and a complete shut down of what was thought to be a top offense in the country. We talk about all of this and more along with some fun comparisons to the 2015 team as we try to limit ourselves from looking to far ahead. This is a big week, and that is an understatement.
Drake rejoins the show after his mysterious absence on Mondays episode and he actually brings some really good analysis on what he thinks is best for the Iowa Offense right now, the O-line specifically. We do some funny current event stuff, the Niemanns jersey swapped, an OSU player quit mid game, and you could walk on at Arizona this year! We also read some more podcast reviews. We talk about the vertical passing game opening up and if we think that has something to do with practice progression from Spencer Petras. Then, Dylan Spilko joins us from out East, he is the Top Deputy Editor or the Testudo Times, the Maryland school publication, and offers his insight on Terrapin personnel, and helps us better understand the matchup ahead on Friday night. We finish with Ward's Winners and an in the dumps Kevin, who just wants to win some bets.
Maryland Terrapins vs Iowa Hawkeyes betting picks, predictions and odds for their Big Ten Football showdown on Friday, October 1 2021 at 8:00pm ET from Maryland Stadium in College Park, Maryland. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this NCAAF Week 5 clash between the Terrapins and Hawkeyes. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Iowa as a -3.5 road favorite at Maryland, with the over/under sitting at 47.5 points.
After dealing with a week's worth of questions about a season-opening loss to Terrapins, the Mountaineer football team turns its attention to Sharks on Saturday. The Long Island University Sharks are newcomers to Division 1 football and may be what the Mountaineers need to correct last week's miscues at Maryland. On this episode, the "Guys" discuss the matchup from the WVU perspective and what must happen to consider the game a success. Brad, Hoppy and Tony also breakdown the four new members of the Big 12 Conference and what their arrival will mean to the league. Join the crew Monday for their game recap and early preview of next week's game against Virginia Tech.
Disappointment is the most common word used to describe the result of the Mountaineer football team's season-opening loss at Maryland.Why did it happen and can it be fixed? Was preseason optimism based more on hope that reality?Those are just a few of the many questions the "Guys" tackle during their review of the 30-24 loss to the Terrapins.Listener questions complete the show.Join the crew Thursday for their preview of Saturday's home opener against Long Island.
09:54 - Washington Football Team: is Dustin Hopkins now in trouble off Washington signing kicker Eddy Pineiro to the practice squad? 17:17 - Guest: Dan Pizzuta, writer and editor for Sharp Football Analysis, on the Washington Football Team, including analytics-based breakdowns of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Terry McLaurin, Washington's defense and more 41:24 - Maryland Football: analysis of the Terrapins' big season-opening 30-24 win over West Virginia 49:53 - Virginia Tech Football: thoughts on the Hokies' big season-opening 17-10 win over No. 10 North Carolina 57:47 - College Football: react to Navy's season-opening 49-7 loss to Marshall and Virginia's season-opening 43-0 blowout of William & Mary 01:04:34 - Nationals: sorting through a wild first four games for the Nats in their five-game series with the New York Mets, including bad outings for Josiah Gray and Erick Fedde and more major production from Lane Thomas 01:33:07 - Orioles: observations from a series win at the New York Yankees, including good series for Austin Hays, Cedric Mullins and Trey Mancini Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, Head Coach - BC Women's Basketball, became the eighth women's basketball coach in Boston College program history on April 11, 2018. In 2019-20, her second season at BC, Bernabei-McNamee was named the Coach of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference. She led BC to an impressive 20-12 overall record and a fourth place finish in the conference with an 11-7 record. The 20 victories were the most in program history since the 2010-11 season. The team also set a new program record for the most ACC victories with 11. With Bernabei-McNamee at the helm, senior forward Emma Guy flourished as she led the ACC in field goal percentage throughout the season and finished 10th in the country (.594%). Guy also earned an All-ACC First Team selection, the first for a BC player since 2011. Sophomore Taylor Soule was not only named to the All-ACC team but earned the Most Improved Player in the conference. Both Guy and Soule were named to the Blue Ribbon Panel All-ACC Second Team. In her first season at the Heights, Bernabei-McNamee led the Eagles to a 14-16 record. The 14 wins were the most for the program since the 2015-16 season. The 2018-19 team opened the season with eight consecutive victories and won the St. Joseph's Thanksgiving Classic Championship. BC went 11-3 in non-conference play before taking on the toughest conference in the country – the ACC. After two losses at home BC defeated Wake Forest and Pitt on the road. It was the first time since the 2012 season in which BC had two consecutive ACC road wins. The Eagles third ACC win came in a double-overtime victory against Duke on Jan. 31. Bernabei-McNamee's impact was immediate as the Eagles averaged 73.5 points per game, 14.3 more points than the 2018-19 season. BC also averaged 16.1 assists a game and shot 42.6 percent from the floor. Junior Emma Guy thrived in the new system as she averaged a career-high 14.1 points and 6.7 rebounds a game. She shot 59 percent from the floor for the season, a new career-high. Guard Makayla Dickens emerged as a scoring threat as a freshman and was named to the All-ACC Freshman team. Dickens averaged 11.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists a game. Fellow freshman Marnelle Garraud was fourth in scoring for BC with an 8.1 average. Garraud was named the St. Joe's Thanksgiving Tournament MVP after she scored 28 points in the championship game. She was named the ACC Rookie of the Week for her performance. Sophomore Sydney Lowery improved her numbers as she played in 30 games and averaged 22.9 minutes and 6.7 points a game. Junior Taylor Ortlepp averaged a team-high 30.3 minutes and averaged 10.3 points and 3.3 assists a game. Bernabei-McNamee arrived at the Heights after two seasons as the head coach at Albany. She led Albany to a 45-20 record over the two seasons. In 2016-17, she guided the Great Danes to the American East Tournament Championship and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In 2017-18, Bernabei-McNamee led Albany finished 24-8 overall and a WNIT berth. In addition to leading Albany to consecutive 20-plus win seasons, Bernabei-McNamee was named the 2017 Women's Division I Coach of the Year by the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. Bernabei-McNamee, a native of Weirton, West Virginia, was named head coach at Albany in April of 2016 after three seasons as the head coach of the University of Pikeville in Pikeville, Ky. There, Bernabei-McNamee racked up 63 wins and led the program to back-to-back national tournament berths, including a program-record 26 victories and an NAIA Final Four appearance in 2016. She was named the 2016 Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NAIA Regional Coach of the Year, and also earned Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2015. Prior to Pikeville, Bernabei-McNamee coached in both the ACC and BIG EAST. She served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Maryland for four years from 2003-07, and was an integral part of the Terrapins' 2006 National Championship season. Maryland beat Duke 78-75 in overtime for the title at TD Garden in Boston and finished with a record of 34-4. During her tenure, she brought in four straight nationally ranked recruiting classes, including three in the Top 10. Bernabei-McNamee spent two years at West Virginia as an assistant coach where she was a scout, position coach and recruiting coordinator. Before her time in Morgantown, McNamee had a two-year stint at Eastern Kentucky where she was responsible for scouting and individual player development, as well as serving as the recruiting coordinator. The West Virginia native began her head coaching career in 1998 at West Virginia Wesleyan where she compiled an 18-9 record and a third-place finish in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC), while also acting as the school's Senior Women's Administrator. She attended West Liberty State and was named a Division II All-American and a four-time, first-team All-WVIAC selection as a point guard. The 1997 WVIAC Player of the Year, Bernabei-McNamee still holds the NCAA Division II career assists record of 1,107 and the record for assists in a game with 24. She is one of only four players in NCAA history to record more than 1,000 points and 1,000 assists, finishing her stellar career with 1,317 total points. Bernabei-McNamee holds the NCAA record for average assists per game (9.5), and the school and conference marks for assists in a game, season (294) and career. She led her team to an 80-36 record over four years and is listed on West Liberty's Top 20 all-time Best Athletes list. She was the first woman to be named first-team All-West Virginia Athletic Conference for four years and was inducted into the West Liberty State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Hall of Fame in 2011. Bernabei-McNamee earned her bachelor's degree in exercise physiology in 1997 from West Liberty and a master's degree in sports administration from Eastern Kentucky in 1999. Bernabei-McNamee and her husband Joe McNamee have two sons, Luke and Caden. McNamee took a nearly four-year hiatus from coaching (2009-13) to focus on raising her children. In this episode, we discuss Joanna's connection with Brenda Frese (6:39), what Brenda does to stay connected to people (7:26), being a stay-at-home mom (9:41), having kids (12:02), working with kids (14:25), her upbringing and her relationship with her mother (16:03), the upsides and downsides of independence as a young child (17:26), being a Tom Boy (19:03), if she got her aggressiveness and intensity more from her mom or her dad (20:14), what she does to put herself first, her marriage second, and her kids third (24:17), how to make sure she's healthy as she still aspires to do great things in her profession (28:32), if there is anything she doesn't want to be great at (30:24), what it's been like for her as a leader during the pandemic (34:06), family (39:42), flipping the switch (43:08), feeling alive in different roles (44:27), if love is a two-way street (47:13), if there was a coach she played for that she modeled her focus on love after (50:07), how she intentionally communicates with her team (51:26), respect, trust, and communication (57:15), handling losses without anger (57:51), if she looks for people that are more even-keeled or more intense like her (1:02:08), who helps her make sure she is developing and growing (1:04:57), if she felt like she was missing a part of herself while she was on sabbatical (1:08:04), what she missed most about basketball when she was being a stay at home mom (1:11:16), what changed for her (1:12:31), and her vision for the BC program (1:15:39). You can check out the BC website here, as well as follow BC Women's Basketball on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Thank you so much to Joanna for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
West Virginia Mountaineers vs Maryland Terrapins betting picks, predictions and odds for their college football Week 1 showdown on Saturday, September 4 2021, at 3:30pm ET from Byrd Stadium in College Park, Maryland. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this non-conference battle between the Mountaineers and Terrapins. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing West Virginia as a 3-point road favorite over Maryland, with the over/under sitting at 57 points.
It's been nearly 50 years since a West Virginia University football team opened a season at the University of Maryland. In fact, Saturday's game in College Park will be just the seventh time the Mountaineers have opened away from home since that game with the Terrapins in 1973. On this episode, the "Guys" continue to preview the season with a pair of tantalizing over-under projections. The crew also digs into unheralded Mountaineers poised for success and dispels a misunderstood comment from episode 299. Listener questions round out the show. Three Guys returns Thursday with a comprehensive breakdown of Saturday's game.
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