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Friends at the Table
Bluff City: America's Playground Pt. 04

Friends at the Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 96:55


(If you'd like to follow along to everyone watching Mr. Ed Plays Baseball at 1:22:24, here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlVr45CHOuA ) Three Out of Five It Ain't Bad During the late 1880s and early 1890s, the Bluff City Boardwalk saw a surge (and then sudden decline) in the unusual genre of “Lovers' Songs”. Enterprising organ grinders would charge participants a small sum, hand out a broadsheet, and then act as an accompanist to a lovesick singer.  These proved wildly unpopular. The songs were never particularly emotive, the cost was slightly too high, but the primary nail in the coffin was that it turned out that nobody liked to be sung to - in public - by a potential beau (who was invariably fighting the volume of a barrel organ two feet away).  Most of these songs had faded into obscurity by the time Elliott Callahan, in 1899, recorded “Three Out of Five It Ain't Bad”, a song that fails - straightforwardly - at communicating anything about love, or indeed anything at all.    I wish I could give you the crown on the head Of the Queen out in Olde London Town! 
I wish I could send you the brooches that shine Of the Princess of Burgundy's gown.   But all I can offer's the love in my heart, You can make me the happiest lad! I can offer this music, companionship too,  And hey, three out of five it ain't bad.    Three out of five, three out of five, Three out of five it ain't bad (it ain't bad!)  Three out of five it ain't bad, my love,  Three out of five it ain't bad.    I wish we could visit the fanciest stores, I would buy you such satin and lace. I wish we could hike, hand in hand, through the Alps, See the wintry sun on your face.    But all I can offer's the spring in my step, And the knowledge your smile makes me glad.  And the tune that I raise with such fullness of heart, And hey, three out of five it ain't bad.    Three out of five, three out of five, Three out of five it ain't bad (it ain't bad!)  Three out of five it ain't bad, my love,  Three out of five it ain't bad.   *Organ grinder part in parentheses Featuring: Austin Walker, Art Martinez-Tebbel, Jack de Quidt, Janine Hawkins and Keith J Carberry Music & Description by Jack de Quidt Mall Kids is available at https://mr-matthew.itch.io/mall-kids

Three & Out
Dan Snyder on the outs, Nick Foles to the Colts, the Pats in disarray? KEY TAKEAWAYS!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 25:02


The Three & Out crew gathered once again to break down all the latest NFL news and tell you what you need to know about it. Will the NFL owners finally kick Dan Snyder out of their organization? Bill Belichick and the Patriots seem to be trying to run a positionless coaching staff--can that work? And Nick Foles signs with the Colts; could he push Matt Ryan?Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, and Michael Schottey talk it out!

Spread the Dharma — Buddha Weekly
PODCAST: Introducing the Three Great Bodhisattvas and their mantras: Manjushri, Avalokiteshvara and Vajrapani

Spread the Dharma — Buddha Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 14:31


What are the three key aspects of Buddhist Practice? What Bodhisattvas represent these key foundations in Buddhism? How can we bring them into our lives? In this Buddha Weekly video, we introduce the Three Lords of the World, Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani, the Three Great Bodhisattvas. We also present their mantras, here chanted together beautifully by Hrishi.Wisdom, Compassion and Powerful ActivityCultivating Wisdom, Compassion and Activity are the key aspects of Buddhist Practice. These are represented by the “Three Lords of the World” — the three great Bodhisattva heroes who promised to remain in Samsara until all sentient beings are rescued. The Three Lords of the World are Manjushri, Bodhisattva of Wisdom; Avalokiteshvara, Bodhisattva of Compassion; and Vajrapani, Bodhisattva of Power and activities.Why these Three Out of the Eight Great OnesIn Buddhism, especially Mahayana, the three great Bodhisattvas, called the Three Lords of the World, are the most important practice. Why? Because they remain in our world, working to help us, and their focus is to empower wisdom and compassion.There are Eight Great Bodhisattvas, traditionally, in Buddhism, but, in many temples and practices, the Three Lords of the World are preeminent.Support the show

Three & Out
LIVE Key Takeaways: Bills new stadium, Flores lawsuit, FIVE first-round QBs?!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 59:21


The Three & Out crew jumped on @TwitterSpaces LIVE to chat with you all about the hottest #NFL news: $600M in new public money for #BillsMafia's new home, Steve Wilks and Vance Joseph joining Brian Flores's lawsuit, Greg Cosell's prediction that FIVE QBs will be taken in the first round of the #NFLDraft, and remembering Dwayne Haskins and Gary Brown.

Three & Out
Jim Trotter of NFL Media joins the Big Show Three and Out!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 51:34


If you saw Roger Goodell's #SuperBowl press conference, you know why we had to get @JimTrotter_NFL on the Big Show. The NFL Media journalist talked the Brian Flores suit, Kyler Murray, Deshaun Watson and more!The Three & Out crew broke down the Hall of Fame selections, the USFL, and ask whether Murray is even playing the right sport?!

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Exavier Pope of #SuitUPNews joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 57:31


Lawyer and sports-media talent @ExavierPope lent us his insight and expertise on Brian Flores's lawsuit against NFL teams' discriminatory hiring practices. The Three & Out crew also talked Washington Commanders, Jim Harbaugh to the Vikings, and lots lots more!

Three & Out
LIVE Halftime show: Jim Harbaugh and the Vikings, Tom Brady's retirement, and more!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 66:40


The Three & Out crew went live on @thehalftimeapp again this week, and broke down all the biggest stories in the #NFL. From Jim Harbaugh and the Vikings to Tom Brady's retirement, we took your live questions and chopped it up.

From The Pink Seats
2021 Louisville Football Season In Review, Part 3: Offensive Breakdown with Mark Ennis

From The Pink Seats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 77:03


In part three of the 2021 Louisville Football season in review, Jacob, Vince and Matt take a much closer look at the Cardinal offense. In a new segment titled "Three & Out," the guys look at three major metrics that defined the season performance ranging from turnovers to the ability to move the chains. Plus, 93.9 The Ville's Mark Ennis drops by to give his thoughts (and shares a few stories) on the offense in 2022, including some opinions that may surprise you.

Three & Out
Three & Out LIVE! MNF Halftime show, Rams/Cardinals Super Wild Card edition

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 64:25


The Three & Out crew went live on Halftime during a Cardinals/Rams #MNF; this time, the Rams really ended the Cards' season.But first, we broke down every angle of the Raiders firing Mike Mayock, batted around more coaching-cycle possibilities (especially in and around Dallas). We also took your questions, and poked a little friendly fun at the stereotypical Cowboys fans.

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from the NFL's Super Wild Card Weekend!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 60:46


Ty's Key Takeaway was whether the NFL officials ruined Super Wild Card weekend, Samantha came for Mike McCarthy's job, and Schottey says it's time for Bill Belichick to retire.The Three & Out crew also broke down everything you need to know about what happened during the NFL's Super Wild Card Weekend! We talk Bengals/Raiders, how fun Bills/Pats was, and preview tonight's MNF special--which, as always, we'll go live on Halftime to second-screen!

Three & Out
Field Yates, NFL Insider for ESPN, joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 71:11


Field Yates (@FieldYates) is one of our favorite guests, and the ESPN NFL Insider joined us once again for our Week 18 Big Show! We had to pick Field's brain about breakout fantasy players for 2022, and how the co-host of the Fantasy Focus Football Podcast, preps to stay on top of the fantasy industry. He also gave us the skinny on Bears head coach Matt Nagy's future, and who might replace him!Each of the Three & Out crew had different takes on former Pro Football Weekly publisher Hub Arkush's misusing his MVP vote to air grievances about Aaron Rodgers--even though we all had some Rodgers grievances of our own to air.As always, we finished strong by picking the full slate of NFL Week 18 games, both straight-up and against the spread, courtesy of Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 17!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 73:58


It used to be the last week of the season--but even after Week 17's decisive matches, we still have plenty of football left!Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey look hard at every angle of Antonio Brown's on-field outburst against the Jets, and subsequent release. Schottey wanted to talk Joe Burrow and Jamarr Chase's huge AFC North-clinching day. Then we broke down the Cardinals' upset of the Dallas Cowboys; what does it mean for the NFC?The Three & Out crew then did Key Takeaways for every Week 17 NFL game, and reviewed their picks courtesy of Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Benjamin Allbright joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 59:47


NFL host, reporter & analyst at the Broncos flagship, KOA Colorado, Benjamin Allbright, joined the Three & Out crew to about the passing of John Madden, everything Broncos (including those juicy Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams rumors), and surprise playoff teams.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, & Michael Schottey also talk about what John Madden meant to the game of NFL football as a coach, commentator, analyst & video-game impresario, as well as pick every Week 17 NFL game (both straight-up and against the spread), courtesy of Pickwatch!Here's the link to the GoFundMe for Jeff Dickerson's 11-year-old orphan: https://www.gofundme.com/f/kswtf-parkers-fund?qid=d2a9d5b8de92d6e5d8f9423baa5c3b09

Three & Out
Three & Out LIVE on MNF: Dolphins vs. Saints!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 63:21


The Three & Out crew were live for Monday Night Football on the Halftime app, watching the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints try to keep their playoff hopes alive against each other! We also talked plenty of Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the NFC Playoff bracket!

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 16!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 60:41


The Three & Out crew breaks down all the wild results from NFL Week 17! We talk the Cowboys running rampant, the Cardinals breaking down, and the Bengals rising to the top of the AFC East.

Three & Out
Three & Out LIVE: Rams/Cardinals MNF on the Halftime app!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 67:26


The Three & Out crew went LIVE on the Halftime app again for Monday Night Football, reveling in the chaos of TWO Monday games, and the ridiculousness that was Vikings/Bears. We also took your questions, riffed on pizza, and had a great time.

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 15!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 54:04


The Three & Out crew loves chaos--and Week 15 delivered in spades! Games were moved, players were surprise inactive, results went all over the map and Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey broke down the Key Takeaways from every single game.Ty wanted to say his piece on John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens going for two when down by 7 points late (again), Samantha wanted to talk Tom Brady and the Bucs getting shut out by the Saints on Sunday Night Football, and Schottey couldn't let the Packers' third-straight NFC North title go uncommented upon.Plus, they preview all the rest of the action on Monday and Tuesday night--including tonight's LIVE Halftime show at 9:00 ET on the Halftime app!

Three & Out
Sheil Kapadia, NFL writer for The Athletic, joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 66:49


The Athletic NFL columnist Sheil Kapadia joins the Three & Out crew for our midweek Big Show, and we dig in to the dumpster fire that is Urban Meyer and the Jacksonville Jaguars. We also cover his Eagles and Jalen Hurts, whether Mike McCarthy's actually done a good coaching job with the Dallas Cowboys this year, and lots lots more.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, & Michael Schottey also talk THE big topic this week: the COVID outbreak ravaging the NFL. We also pick all the Week 15 NFL games, straight up and against the spread, courtesy of Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Three & Out LIVE: Rams/Cardinals MNF on the Halftime app!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 84:00


The Three & Out crew went LIVE on the Halftime app for the Monday Night Football NFC West showdown between the Los Angeles Rams & St. Louis Cardinals!Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey break down the game, take your questions and talk about everything NFL! Download the Halftime app so you don't miss out on the action next week!

Education Empowered!
Let's Talk Mental Health

Education Empowered!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 25:26


Hosts: Salik Mian, Parishi Kanuga, and Jaden StewartWriters: Favour Akingbemi, Sebastine Chun, Montserrat Hidalgo, Salik Mian, Sarah Mian, Parishi Kanuga, and Jaden Stewart, Samara WilliamsAdvisors: Dr. Lorena Franco, Dr. Brenda Manuel and Elmer RoldanProducers: KLCSLogo Developer: Karen RamirezPodcast Name: L.A. Unified StudentsSource Material:§ Padilla-Frausto, Imelda, David Grant, May Aydin, and Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola. Three Out of Four Children with Mental Health Needs in California Do Not Receive Treatment Despite Having Health Care Coverage. UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. July 201(https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/mental-health-and-substance-use-considerations-among-children-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/) Mental Health and Substance Use Considerations Among Children During the COVID-19 PandemicNirmita Panchal, Rabah Kamal, Cynthia Cox Rachel Garfield, Priya ChidambaramPublished: May 26, 202https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/12120#spn-conten§ Mental Health Exacts Heavy Toll, Beginning in Youth (2005 June 6). The National Institutes of Mental Health.

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 14

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 42:22


The Three & Out crew breaks down all the Week 14 action, including Urban Meyers's meltdown, the wild Bears/Packers SNF game, and the New York Giants' need to tear it all down.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey also review all their picks from Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Joe Schad, Miami Dolphins journalist for the Palm Beach Post, joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 65:07


Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post joins Three & Out to talk Miami Dolphins, Tua Tagovailoa, Brian Flores, Hard Rock Stadium, Stephen Ross, Chris Grier, and lots more.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, & Michael Schottey discuss whether T.J. Watt is as good as his brother J.J. Watt, or even...better?? Plus they pick the whole slate of Week 14 NFL games, courtesy of Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 13!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 49:12


Another wild weekend of NFL football is in the books, and the Three & Out crew is here to break it all down for you! Michael Schottey was impressed with the Kansas City Chiefs defense, Samantha Bunten thinks the Cardinals just might be for-real for real, and Ty Schalter can't believe Taylor Heinecke and the Washington Football Team can't stop winning.They also broke down every Sunday game, reviewed their picks courtesy of Pickwatch.com, and previewed the MNF LIVE SHOW tonight on the Halftime app!

Three & Out
Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 61:16


Steve Palazzolo, senior analyst at Pro Football Focus and host of the PFF NFL Podcast, joins Three & Out to talk about what's wrong with the Seattle Seahawks, Tua Tagovailoa, PFF's top underrated players, 2022 NFL draft prospects (especially quarterbacks), and how the national conversation has changed around analytics and film review in NFL analysis. Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, & Michael Schottey also talk what's happened to the New Orleans Saints, plus pick the full slate of NFL games, courtesy of Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 10!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 49:56


The Three & Out crew break down all the biggest moments from NFL Week 10, including the Chiefs' big win over the Raiders, the Patriots' blowout of the Browns, and the futile showdown of Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson.We also announce our NEW WEEKLY LIVE MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SHOW, exclusively on the Halftime app at https://thehalftime.app! Download it now, and tune in at 9:00 ET for an hour of second-screen analysis and highlights from Ty Schalter, Michael Schottey, and Samantha Bunten.Plus, our huge 100th episode drops midweek!

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 9!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 52:16


The Three & Out crew are calling it "WTF Weekend" as the Bills were upset by the Jaguars, the Cardinals beat the 49ers at home without, basically, any of their star players, the Chiefs barely beat the Aaron-Rodgers-less Packers, the Falcons beat the Saints and so much more. Ty wants to talk how the clutch Ravens beat the un-clutch Vikings in the way it was always going to go, and Samantha has to discuss how Odell Beckham, Jr. leaving the Cleveland Browns helped spark Baker Mayfield and Nick Chubb to blow out the Cincinnati Bengals.

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 7!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 48:19


The Three & Out crew broke down everything that happened in NFL Week 7: The Cincinnati Bengals blowing out the Baltimore Ravens, the Kansas City Chiefs getting blown out by the Tennessee Titans, and the end of the brief-but-spectacular Sam Darnold Era in Carolina.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey also talk about every NFL Week 7 game, and discuss their picks, brought to you by Pickwatch.com!

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 6!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 48:55


The Three & Out crew break down all the action from NFL Week 6, plus talk Bruce Allen, Amy Trask, and the Raiders, Mike McCarthy and the Cowboys ascendant, and why nobody's talking about Kliff Kingsbury and the Arizona Cardinals.

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Week 5!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 46:51


Week 5 of the 2021 NFL season is in the books, and the Three & Out crew is here to break everything down for you: The delirious Chiefs lose to the delirious Bills on Sunday Night Football while poor Samantha Bunten works deliriously late into the night, the Bucs finally blow a team out, and the Detroit Lions' coaching staff might be onto something even as they fail to get into the win column.

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Chris Harris, Jr., Los Angeles Chargers cornerback, joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 52:09


Our NFL Week 5 Big Show kicks off with an absolutely huge guest: Chris Harris, four-time Pro Bowler and former first-team All-Pro cornerback for the Los Angeles Chargers! He breaks down their big win over the Las Vegas Raiders, his time with the Denver Broncos and he AFC West, how the cornerback position has evolved over the years, what is latest injury status is, and lots more.We also talk about the news of Stephon Gilmore's departure from the New England Patriots--and in just the few hours between recording and him being traded to the Carolina Panthers, Schottey TOTALLY called it.Plus, the Three & Out gang -- Ty Schalter of FiveThirtyEight, Samantha Bunten of NBC Sports, and Michael Schottey of Pickwatch.com -- pick the full slate of NFL games, both straight up and against the spread, courtesy of Pickwatch!

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Ollie Connelly joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 61:47


Ollie Connelly of The Guardian and his The Read Optional newsletter joined the Three & Out crew to talk Chiefs, Raiders, Lions, and lots lots more on a big-brain, Xs-and-Os level.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, and Michael Schottey also broke down Richard Sherman signing with the Bucs from every angle. Of course, we also picked the full slate of Week 4 NFL games, both straight up and against the spread, courtesy of Pickwatch.com

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Lorenzo Neal joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 67:05


Two-time All-Pro fullback Lorenzo Neal, now a Bay Area radio host at 95.7 The Game, CSN Bay Area, XX1090, and No Static Sports Radio, joined the Three & Out crew to talk the Las Vegas Raiders, Kyle Juszczyk and the San Francisco 49ers, and his own candidacy for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey also go long on taunting penalties, and give you their picks straight up and against the spread, courtesy of Pickwatch.com!

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Key Takeaways from NFL 2021 Week 2!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 50:19


The Three & Out crew break down all their Key Takeaways from the NFL's second week of 2021 regular-season action.NBC Sports' Samantha Bunten wants to talk about Jameis Winston regressing to form as the New Orleans Saints return to Earth. FiveThirtyEight's Ty Schalter thinks the Las Vegas Raiders could be for real after drubbing the Pittsburgh Steelers. Then Michael Schottey of Pickwatch.com talks about Bill Belichick's Tom Brady comments--and whether Brady really can keep leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers until he's 50.Of course, we go through every single Week 2 game from there, and let you know what it all means for the rest of the season!

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Fran Duffy of PhiladelphiaEagles.com joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 61:10


On the heels of the Philadelphia Eagles' big Week 1 win, official team talent and content director Fran Duffy joins the Three & Out crew to talk Jalen Hurts, the NFC East, draft prospects and much more.Thanks to Pickwatch.com, we pick all Week 2 NFL games--straight up and against the spread! We also go long on Aaron Rodgers's horrible, no-good, very bad day for the Green Bay Packers against the New Orleans Saints.

Three & Out
Key Takeaways from NFL Preseason Week 3! Hurricane Ida fallout, J.K. Dobbins reaction, DeShaun Watson drama, more.

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 42:06


The Three & Out crew's weekly Key Takeaways tackles the New Orleans Saints' potential fallout from Hurricane Ida, the Baltimore Ravens' potential fallout from RB J.K. Dobbins' blown ACL, and all of the zillion angles of the rumored Deshaun Watson/Tua Tagovailoa trade between the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins.Plus, some post-show silliness about losing our cool as coaches.

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Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic joins the Big Show!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 51:54


Kevin Fishbain, Chicago Bears beat writer for The Athletic Chicago and The Athletic's national site, joins the Three & Out crew to talk everything Bears: Rookie QB Justin Fields' battle with veteran Andy Dalton, HC Matt Nagy's battle to keep his job, and whether the defense can battle hard enough to keep the offense from ruining the season. Kevin also defines what he thinks a "successful" Chicago Bears season would even mean.We also talk Dak Prescott's preseason (un)availability, the NFL's more strenuous ban of taunting, and the New York Giants' offensive line issues.

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Key Takeaways from NFL training camp opening weekend!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 33:27


The Three & Out crew talk Carson Wentz's injury, whether Nick Foles has some weird power over him, and Nick Chubb's new contract extension. We also round up the buzz around rookie quarterbacks Justin Fields, Mac Jones, and Trey Lance!

Grizzly Roundhouse Gaming

Three Out of Four Men Appear As If From Nowhere and Talk About Handheld Consoles and The Games They Playing

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Reese Waters of WUSA90 & The Team 980 joins the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 54:29


Reese Waters, stand-up comedian, TV talent and D.C.-area sports radio host, joins Three & Out to talk Washington Football Team, D.C. neighborhoods and stadiums, racial justice in the NFL, and how teams can be interesting despite being bad.Ty Schalter brings up Deion Sanders walking out of SWAC media day over not being called "coach," Samantha wants to talk Tom Brady and the Buccaneers at the White House, and Michael Schottey wants to bury Nick Saban's rehashing of Drew Brees and the Miami Dolphins once and for all.

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Key Takeaways! Olympics fails & NFL stadiums, Richard Sherman update, Jalen Ramsey vs. Tom Coughlin

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 38:48


The Three & Out crew break down everything going on in the NFL as always on Mondays: Ty Schalter talks Olympics fails and the impacts of stadiums in cities, Samantha follows up on the Richard Sherman domestic-violence situation, and Michael Schottey wants to talk about Jalen Ramsey taking shots at Tom Coughlin.

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Richard Sherman arrested for domestic violence | Luke Easterling guests on the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 55:19


Sad and upsetting news broke just before we recorded: All-Pro cornerback and NFL free agent Richard Sherman was arrested for "burglary domestic assault." Besides his time with the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers, Sherman is a player leader with the NFLPA. The Three & Out crew breaks down everything we know, and what it means.Luke Easterling of Draft Wire & Bucs Wire becomes our first three-time guest, talking the 2020 & 2022 draft classes, as well as the Bucs' prospects in the NFC South this year. Finally, we talk about Pro Football Reference adopting historical sack data, making Al "Bubba" Baker the single-season sack king, and whether Isaac Bruce & Torry Holt were better than Randy Moss & Cris Carter.

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Mike Tanier of Football Outsiders joins the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 44:23


Friend of the show Mike Tanier joins Three & Out again to talk not just about the upcoming Football Outsiders Almanac, but the Senior Bowl/Shrine Game switcheroo, the Cowboys on Hard Knocks, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, and much more.The crew drop their own takes on Rodgers, N'Keal Harry's trade request from the Patriots, and the CFL's announcement that they won't merge with the XFL, at least not for now.

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Mike Sando from The Athletic joins the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 52:02


The Athletic senior NFL writer Mike Sando joins Three & Out to talk all the big topics: Raiders DE Carl Nassib coming out as gay, Mike's quarterback tiers, NFL COVID vaccination issues, advanced analytics at the Sloan conference, MLB banning stickum and more.Then Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey offer up their own takes on Nassib, the Supreme Court affirming a cheerleader's right to swear on the Internet, and XFL players getting severely shorted in the bankruptcy settlement. Schottey calls out The Rock!

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Patrick Hruby of Washington Post Magazine joins Key Takeaways

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 51:34


Writer and editor Patrick Hruby, who's done a ton of great writing and reporting around the NCAA's business model (and legal challenges to it) joined the Three & Out crew to talk today's unanimous Supreme Court ruling against the NCAA, and what it really means for college football and the NFL.Samantha Bunten, Ty Schalter, and Michael Schottey all unload on Cole Beasley's idiotic choices, and talk about exactly how bad an M-Fer Matthew Stafford could be with the L.A. Rams.

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Nick Kostos of You Better You Bet joins the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 48:48


The Three & Out crew gets some #wagertainment going with Nick Kostos of You Better You Bet! Previously from CBS Sports & B/R, Nick breaks down the Giants, the Aaron Rodgers situation, betting and sports media and lots lots more.For the Big Topics, Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey talk "Best Shape of His Life" season, Sam Darnold, Sheldon Richardson re-joining the Vikings and sleeper teams that could be real playoff contenders.

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JULIO JONES TRADE Key Takeaways!

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 32:02


The long-awaited trade of Julio Jones from the Atlanta Falcons to the Tennessee Titans finally happened, and the Three & Out crew break it down. Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey also talk about the latest (and eternal) Aaron Rodgers drama. There's also possibly-correlated BREAKING NEWS: Ja'Wuan James files a $15M grievance against the Denver Broncos for cutting him after an injury he suffered while doing their off-season training away from the facility, and two hours later 45-year-tenured Broncos head trainer Steve "Greek" Antonopulos announces his immediate retirement.

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Key Takeaways, Memorial Day 2021 Edition

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 26:31


It's a national holiday, but the Three & Out crew still got together to discuss all the latest NFL news and analysis. Michael Schottey wants to talk about the Kyrie Irving logo-stomp and RESPEKT in pro sports, Samanthan Bunten goes long on Carson Wentz and the Colts, and Ty Schalter breaks down post-June 1 NFL cuts and trades.

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WAY TOO EARLY YEAR-END AWARDS, feat. B/R's Brent Sobleski

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 66:34


Bleacher Report's Brent "Sobo" Sobleski joins the Three & Out crew to talk AFC North, playoff surprises, and how to do what you love for a living. We also talk a little big about the Naomi Osaka and Russell Westbrook controversies before handing out our WAY TOO EARLY YEAR-END AWARDS!

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Zig Fracassi of SiriusXM NFL Radio joins Key Takeaways

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 38:25


SiriusXM Radio's Zig Fracassi joins Three & Out's Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey to talk player/team power balance, OTAs, NHL playoffs and the NFL TV product. The Three & Out crew then break down the latest Julio Jones rumors, the Bears' Andy Dalton/Justin Fields dilemma, and talk playoff teams who might not make it back to the playoffs.

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Stephie Smalls of FTN Network & Zach Kruse of Packers Wire join the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 68:18


It's an extra-huge Big Show as Stephie Smalls of FTN Network and Zach Kruse of Packers Wire join the Three & Out crew. We talk DFS, rookies, gambling, and dynasty-league picks with Stephie, and Aaron Rodgers, the Packers' draft, and Justin Fields with Zach. We also talk draft grades, Samantha Bunten's viral Baker Mayfield tweet, and which rookie QB will bust.

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Charles McDonald of For The Win joins the Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 44:59


The #NFLDraft is almost here, and Charles McDonald of For The Win joins the Three & Out crew to break it all down. We talk Devonta Smith, Julio Jones, Mac Jones, and the Atlanta Falcons before discussing Terez Paylor and the impact he had on Black NFL journalists and sports media as a whole. Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten and Michael Schottey also talk NFL Draft trades, Aaron Rodgers, and QB prospects a little further down the draft board.

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Key Takeaways with John Kryk of the Toronto Sun

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 40:53


John Kryk of Postmedia and the Toronto Sun joins the Three & Out crew for NFL draft analysis including Mac Jones talk, what sleepers are going to fall, and the best Canadian prospects. We also talk the Ravens trading Orlando Brown to the Kansas City Chiefs, the best way to build around a quarterback, and all the impact players left in NFL free agency.

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Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network joins The Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 45:53


Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network and NFL Media joins the Three & Out crew to talk NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns, Zach Wilson, Mike Tomlin, and more. Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, & Michael Schottey also talk Nick Sirianni's rock-paper-scissors-gate, the new Sky Judge rule, and jersey-number drama.

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Key Takeaways with Chad Reuter of NFL Media

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 45:53


Chad Reuter, senior researcher and analyst with NFL Media, joins the Three & Out crew to talk NFL draft, quarterbacks, cornerbacks, the Cincinnati Bengals and trades. Here's his two ideal draft picks for every team: https://www.nfl.com/news/2021-nfl-draft-ideal-top-two-picks-for-every-teamTy Schalter, Samantha Bunten & Michael Schottey also talk Cincinnati Bengals' uniforms and Joe Burrow and the European Super League before--SURPRISE--quarterback Alex Smith announces his retirement from the NFL in the middle of the show.

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Luke Easterling of DraftWire joins The Big Show

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 52:52


Luke Easterling of DraftWire and BucsWire joins Three & Out's Big Show to talk NFL Draft prospects like Trey Lance, Kyle Pitts and much much more. Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten and Michael Schottey then go long on Washington Football Team owner Dan Snyder taking former GM Bruce Allen to court, NFLPA voluntary workout boycotts, and Brett Favre being dumb.

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Key Takeaways, with Dan Hatman of The Scouting Academy

Three & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 53:06


Dan Hatman of The Scouting Academy becomes Three & Out's first repeat guest--and with good reason, as the NFL Draft is almost upon us!  We go long on quarterback evaluation, the defensive tackle class, and much much more. Ty Schalter, Samantha Bunten, and Michael Schottey also dig into Jonathan Kraft's comments about full-capacity NFL stadiums in the fall, and whether Jadeveon Clowney is really coming to Samantha's Cleveland Browns.

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The Teams: 1918

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2020 126:09


Seth and Dr. Sap return for a second season of The Teams, brought to you by… The Sponsor: Odds are you're going to be spending a lot of time at home in your underwear—what if you could be paying less for that home? Use this time there to refinance: talk to Matt Demorest at HomeSure Lending now and see if you can't lock in a low rate while it lasts. In addition to being more ethical, knowledgeable, hands-on, intelligent, and fun to work with, Matt also never royally screwed over John Beilein in a failed bid to upset Michigan's basketball program. Previously: 1879, 1901, 1925, 1932, 1947, 1950, 1964, 1976, 1980, 1988, 1999 Special Guest this Week: John U. Bacon, author of OVERTIME, ENDZONE, THREE & OUT, BO'S LASTING LESSONS, and other books, like WWI one about the greatest disaster you've never heard of. 1. WAR AND DISEASE: THE WORLD IN 1918 (starts at 0:50) Germans start using U-Boats. Russia drops out, U.S. enters the war in April 1917. But the U.S. takes a year to get there. "Spanish” Flu: Killed 50 to 100 million globally. U.S. loses 110,000 in the war, 40% of whom die of the flu, and most of these before they even went abroad. Especially hit children (today they think people who’d gotten other flus had some immunity built up). Most who died did so from pneumonia. Spread from Camp Devens near Boston. U.S. didn’t want to incite panic so they kept it out of headlines and purposefully didn’t respond quickly. Epidemic hit peak fear on October 11 and ⅔ games were called off. Athletic: By the start of November, just 87 college games had been played nationwide. In 1916 and 1917, those figures had been 291 games and 253 games, respectively. The following season, 287 games would be played across the country before November. [Hit THE JUMP for the player and rest of the writeup] 2. JOHN U. BACON (starts at 11:24) Rule changes: eligible receivers can catch the ball anywhere on the field.  Threat of cancellation: Germany’s spring offensive in 1918 was followed by the Allies’ 100 days offensive, and in the middle of that the Big Ten considered calling off its games. War teams: Chicago Naval Reserve went 4-0 vs Chicago, Illinois, Northwestern and Minnesota. Because so many players are leaving for the war they lift the Freshman rule for a year. ROTC created in 1916 but can’t wait two years so they also create the SATC to train officers quickly. Most of the football team joined (since you could be drafted if you didn’t). Penn, Michigan’s rival through its Big Ten hiatus, lost 6 players in 1918. Every Saturday you’d have to field a different lineup. Stagg: “I think I voice the sentiments of every coach in the country when I say we will teach football this season for Uncle Sam without having the desire to win foremost in our minds,” Stagg said, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “Our first thoughts will be to get the men into physical condition, teach them how to think and act quickly and show them the best way of charging and blocking. Team play in football corresponds to the unity of attack in the army. I think playing the game will make better officers.” SATC means the federal govt, not NCAA, can set standards. Left it to the War Dept. War Department (now State Dept) was running the homefront: quarantines and travel restrictions were being promulgated all summer. Finally clarified them in October: Academic standards No more than one and a half hours per day of football practice, No football games in October that required an absence from campus for a period longer than “Noon to Taps on Saturday” Only 4 November games per school, two at home, two on the road “which shall in no case involve longer absences than from retreat Friday to taps Sunday.” Can’t charge high admission for any game involving a military team. Pitt bitched because they had to go into the city to use their field so they lost half their practice time getting there. Minnesota turned their entire program over to the local military guy (commandant), as in the Minnesota coaches were told to take a hike. 3. THE TEAM (starts at 33:06) Lose almost everybody, including second year in a row their captain (Tad Wieman) leaves to go fight in the war (he enlisted in the Aviation Corps). Also lost halfback Eddie Usher after the first game. Who’s back then? Goetz (moved from end to guard to tackle), and Cohn. BACKS: Quarterback Kenneth T. “Mike” Knode (Sr) Was Maryland’s starting QB and transferred to Michigan. More of a baseball star, played pro ball for the St. Louis Cardinals. Older brother of Robert Knode, who also played for Michigan before becoming a Cleveland Indians All Star. He’s in the Univ of Maryland Hall of Fame. Left Halfback John S. “Jack” Perrin (Jr). From Escanaba, left after the 1918 season and served in the Navy two years, then played again in 1920. Had a cup of coffee with the Red Sox in 1921 and bounced around the minors then tried pro football. Hart-like. Right Halfback Abe Cohn (junior) (5), ACTING CAPTAIN: Star in basketball too. Jewish son of Russian immigrants, from Spokane (born in Portland, Oregon), dad and bros owned a furniture business. Via the Free Press he was a Brandon Minor/De’Veon Smith type: "He made a gain practically every time he was given the ball and, when he was stopped, it always took two or three men to turn the trick. Could have played into 1919 but redshirted basically so he could play in 1920, since 1919 was going to be packed with guys who were back from the war. Could play end or fullback too. Later became the head football and basketball coach at Whitworth College then Spokane University. On the side he was a PCC (now Pac 12) official, the last good one. Fullback/Punter/Kicker Frank Steketee (Fr) Deserves mention among the great Michigan special teams specialists and great all-around athletes. Rare Freshman, president of his class, was supposed to be behind Eddie Usher but Usher got called up after the Case Western game, in which Stek had impressed as a sub. In a punting era Frank was the best until Kipke--Stek once kicked a 100-yarder they say. Also one of the early range kickers, winning three big games in 1918 with his long FGs. Scored all the points in the Cuse game and intercepted the GW pass. Also had a hand in all 14 points against Ohio State, including a 73-yard punt that stopped at the 2 yard line. Only player in the West on the All-American team. Member of M’s first swim team and a great gymnast (not yet a varsity sport), and played on the M hockey team a bit.  Steketee himself got called up in 1919 and served overseas in the Navy, came back and was all-Big in 1920. Served again in WWII as a medic. FB Edward Usher: Injured after first game. Called up. Backups: HB/QB Harlan Walker (Jr). Started the first game at QQ; RHB William R. Cruse (Jr) Detroiter who went on to be a football and basketball coach in Iowa. ENDS: Left End/RE: Robert Jerome Dunne (Fr). Class of 1922. Yes, Chicagoans THAT Dunne--his father Edward F. Dunne was the mayor of Chicago then governor of Illinois. Candidate for best all-around athlete at Michigan: starred in track and basketball as well, and represented the U.S. in track at the 1920 Olympics in the Pentathalon. Came back and moved to guard on the 1920 and 1921 teams, was 1st team All-American in 1921. Went on to be the line coach at Northwestern, Harvard, and Chicago. Became a state court judge in Illinois. Probate judge oversaw the sale of the White Sox to Bill Veeck. Brother Maurice played for Yost 1913-16, and two more older brothers were athletes at Michigan. and another from 1944 plus and Arthur Dunne Right End: Theodore or Edwin Boville? (Soph) RE Arthur Karpus (So) Mostly a basketball star. Started the 2nd game (Chicago) only. Football/baseball/basketball star was the captain of the 1920-21 hoops team that won M’s first Big Ten championship. Became a mechanical engineer and worked for the highway commission. End Fred Hendershot didn’t play much but he’s the great grandfather of the Indiana TE. LINE: Center: Henry A. “Ernie” Vick (Fr) The other star freshman would go on to be in the college football Hall of Fame. Vick was great at D and snapping. Kipke later said Vick was the best center since Germany Shultz. Said Yost: “He is the most accurate passer from center that has ever put a ball into play. Under pressure he was dependable at all times.” Mostly a big boxy “line plunger” (middle linebacker). Was finally All-American as a senior--by then Yost was consulting Vick on plays.Later was the catcher for Grover Cleveland Alexander on the 1920s St Louis Cardinals (Branch Rickey was coaching M baseball). Won a World Series in 1926. After baseball Vick came back as Michigan’s line coach for a time, then played some pro football, ending up on Halas’s Bears. Was later a football official for the Big Ten, and worked the Rose Bowl. Ended up in Ann Arbor. C Elmer W. “Earl” Cress: Started the Case game and played well. Left Tackle Angus Goetz (Soph). From Sault Ste. Marie, studied medicine at Michigan. Started the first game at guard. Had the huge punt block, elected captain in 1919 and 1920. "There is one star on the team, and that is Goetz, a great player. ... It is a line from poor to good, with one great spot where Goetz stood Story of Yost saying he would lose his ‘M’ if he played professional ball in 1922 (two years after graduation) and he turned down $2400 (10 games x $240) and Yost bragged about it. Goetz did play pro ball in 1922 and 1923 on the weekends while in med school. Became a leading orthopedic surgeon in Detroit (chief of orthopedics at Detroit Receiving Hospital). Served in WWII. Right Tackle Chester Cale Morrison (2). Know nothing except he apparently died in 1960 in Florida. He has several surviving grandchildren. Others: RT/LG William Fortune (Jr): one of the few guys to go on to play in the NFL, RT Francis T. “Frank” Czysz, RT Albert Lent, LT CC Clash, Left Guard: Theodore “Theo” Adams (3), Right Guard Jean Paul Freeman (5) LINEUPS: Fletcher   Clash Goetz   Cress   Freeman   Lent   Dunne                                          Walker Perrin        Usher       Cohn Chicago: Dunne Goetz   Adams   Vick Freeman   Morrison   Karpus                                         Knode                       Perrin       Steketee Cohn Syracuse:Dunne Goetz   Adams   Vick Freeman   Young   Morrison                                         Knode                         Perrin    Steketee Cohn MSC: Dunne Goetz   Adams   Vick Freeman Fortune Bovill                                         Knode                         Perrin    Steketee Cohn Ohio State: Dunne  Goetz Fortune   Vick Freeman Czysz   Bovill                                         Knode                         Perrin    Steketee Cohn 4. THE FIRST FOUR GAMES (starts at 1:08:53) via UMBentley Originally there were games @Cornell, vs Northwestern (in A2) and vs Minnesota (at A2) but those were canceled when the govt made its rule. Wartime travel restrictions canceled the Cornell and Minnesota games, and they replaced them with games against Camp Custer and University of Mount Vernon, but then the flu pandemic canceled both of those plus the Northwestern game, so they got Syracuse instead. [No games the rest of October because Camp Custer and Mount Union games canceled and MAC rescheduled] Daily isn’t in the mood to discuss the game. It gets one line on pg 2: “Football is a rough game for the Case lads. So they “hike” instead. @ CHICAGO 13-0Nov 9, 1918 Resumption of the old rivalry after 13 years! Last time UC won that 2-0 game that broke Yost’s 56-game winning streak. 7,000 fans come. Daily has a play by play. Not a great game--Cohn and Knode both fumble away early drives, the second leads to an attempted drop kick from the 45 yard line that Goetz blocked and ran 55 yards for a TD. End of the 3rd Q Michigan is driving and is on the Chicago 7. Michigan comes out of the quarter in a fake punt formation, snaps it to Perrin who rumbles to the 1. Got it in next play but Stek missed the XP. Stek has a bad game overall. Perrin is the star: SYRACUSE 15-0 Nov 16, 1918 Cuse and Pitt are the best two teams in the East. Orangemen won the rest of their schedule 141-6. Rain-soaked and muddy as hell. Stek misses a field goal from the 25, Knode fumbles at the Cuse 5 yard line. Second Q for some reason Cuse is passing and Cohn and Vick both get interceptions. Then Syracuse makes mistakes: offsides on a punt gives M good field position, and in the worst of the rain Stek kicks good from the 36. Next Cuse drive they get a roughing and Stek’s kick is good from the 35. 3rd quarter Stek misses from the 32, Vick gets another INT and so does Knode. M gets to the 14 and Stek makes it 9-0. Later on Stek intercepts and runs it in for a TD: 15-0, misses his own XP. Henry Bullion of the Freep: One man stood above all the rest in this sparkling triumph of the Wolverines. They'll be singing the praises of Steketee long after he trods the campus for the last time. All of the points assembled by Michigan are attributed to the educated toe and agility of Yost's brilliant fullback." MICHIGAN AGRICULTURAL (MSU) AGGIES 21-6Nov 23, 1918 Classic M-MSU battle where Michigan held won the battle in the trenches while MSU had some electric play from the backfield. About 15k crowded into Ferry Field (Yost: we need a new building). MSU is coming off a win over Knute Rockne’s (first) Notre Dame in East Lansing behind their new HC George Gauthier and their star African-American running back Harry Graves. Both bands played before the game and took so long it was getting dark. Coaches decided to skip halftime to keep things moving. Michigan’s got a solid 21-0 lead built up after their first drive of the 2nd half and go into cruise mode. MSC scores the only points on Michigan late because it’s so dark out at the end of the 4th quarter that they throw a pass and Michigan doesn’t know the guy’s there. ONLY points scored on M all season. Bullion in the Freep: "M.A.C.'s defeat is nothing for her to be ashamed of. It simply was a case of a better-conditioned and smarter eleven overpowering another that, though it lacked nothing in the way of fight that its enemy possessed, failed to cope with the superior knowledge of the game that was Michigan's by right of judgment and the attending conditions." Defeated with Dignity! 5. THE GAME AND CLAIMIN' SHIPS (starts at 1:44:48) State of the Rivalry: Michigan first played them in 1897 and made OSU an annual game starting the year before Yost. Ohio State wasn’t in the conference yet so they were a nonconference annual rival from 1900-1906 and we just kept playing every year after that until 1912, when OSU joined the Big Ten and had to break it off (also broke off their original EoY rival, Kenyon College). At this point Michigan had a 13-0-2 series lead. So this game was M-OSU back together again, and placed at the end of the year. It’s warming up but it’s not THE rivalry yet. OSU: No Chic Harley (war) who was one of the biggest stars in the game in 1916-’17 and 1919 (Yost asked to personally congratulate Harley after the 1919 game). The character in Leatherheads was loosely based on Harley, who was a player-part owner of the Bears. Chic lived a sad life after. Michigan and Illinois didn’t play each other but OSU was a common opponent so beating the 13-0 mark by Illinois was the goal. Conditions were wet and slippery due to rain all morning. Stek got into a punt-a-thon with OSU’s Rife. 3rd Quarter Knode finally breaks the tie with a 30-yard TD run but while they’re celebrating a linesman FROM THE WRONG SIDE overrules the guy who was over the play and says no TD. Typical. 0-0 tie in the 4th quarter: 73-yard punt by Stek “stuck fast in the mud” on the OSU 2. Next punt Rife get blocked by Goetz. Bullion in the Freep: "The pass from center was perfect and there seemed to be no fear that Rife would not get it away. But Goetz, one man who has starred in every game the Maize and Blue played this year, shattered the line and rammed the Buckeye punter. Leather and Goetz collided and the pigskin went bounding away with Goetz in hot pursuit. Three scarlet-robed athletes tried to block Goetz's path to the ball, but he thrust them aside and went to earth with it just as his rivals in the race catapulted themselves at the leather. Later Stek faked an edge run and popped it to Dunne for a TD pass. Big Ten Champs?  Illinois and Purdue were also undefeated in B1G play: Illinois’s AD tries to claim the title with 4 wins (Iowa, at Wisconsin, Ohio State, at Chicago) to Michigan’s two (Chi and OSU). Illini try to use their blowout over Chicago, M stands on a road win at Columbus. Illinois by the way has two 7-0 October losses to Great Lakes Navy and Chicago Naval Reserve--both All Star teams. Maybe it’s a good thing M’s games were canceled? National Champs? Pitt went 4-0 under Pop Warner but then lost to the Cleveland Naval Reserve on 11/30, 10-9. They claim the 4th Q was extended to allow the cadets to take the lead. It ended Pop’s 30-game winning streak. -------------------------------------------- MUSIC: "A Good man Is Hard to Find"—Eddie Green "Over There"—George M. Cohan "Clarinet Marmalade"—Bix Beiderbecke "Tishomingo Blues"—Duke Ellington, performed by Bunk Johnson “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?  The war is not over. Millions are being killed. Europe is mad. The world is mad!