Zach and Pierce are back this week to talk about the many goings on in the world of UVA sports. Mainly, the utter debacle in the Commonwealth Cup rivalry, where football goes from here, and how crazy the transfer portal will be. Then, the duo discuss the men's basketball trip to Florida, the rebounding issues (and bounce back win against WVU), and look to tonight's game against Texas A&M.
On the latest episode of the CavsCorner Podcast, we have an honest and at times raw conversation about the end of UVa's football season, the 55-17 drubbing by the Hokies, where things are with the program, and much more. Credits: Brad Franklin (@Cavs_Corner) David Spence (@HooDaves) Justin Ferber (@Justin_Ferber) Visit CavsCorner now! SIGN UP TODAY and check out our message board to talk with hundreds of fellow Wahoo fans about all things UVa sports! Thanks to Homefield for their support of this show and all of CavsCorner.com. Use the promo code CAVS23 to get 15 percent off your first order at HomefieldApparel.com!
Virginia Tech hammered UVa 55-17 in the annual rivalry meeting. What does that mean for both programs going forward. Plus, the David and Mike preview the ACC title game and talk a little ACC/SEC challenge basketball. This week, on Teel & Barber.Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Jerry & Jerry Show headlines: Recap – Virginia Tech Hammers UVA In CVille Any UVA Football Coaching Changes Expected? How Will Transfer Portal Impact UVA Football? Which UVA Players Will Be Targeted In Portal? Breaking News: Perris Jones Update At 11 AM No. 14 Texas A&M at UVA, Wednesday, 715 PM UVA ACC Opener: Syracuse at UVA, Saturday 3 Wahoos Earn VA Sports Hall Of Fame Honors Read Viewer & Listener Comments Live On-Air Jerry Ratcliffe & Jerry Miller were live on The Jerry & Jerry Show! The Jerry & Jerry Show airs live Tuesday from 10:15 am – 11:15 pm on The I Love CVille Network. Watch and listen to The Jerry & Jerry Show on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, iTunes, Apple Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Fountain, Amazon Music, Audible and iLoveCVille.com.
This week Joe and Leland recap Riverheads beating Central in the region championship. Preview the State Semi-Final of Riverheads vs Poquoson. Virginia Tech wins against UVA, JMU gets the bowl bid they've always wanted (no lawsuit required). The guys also recap a wild weekend of college football before looking back at WTON and the impact on local high school sports. All this and more on this week's episode.
NFL Week 12 Winners Coaching news College Basketball Top 25 Holiday Tournament Action Men's and Women's Week 4 AP Top 10 ACC/SEC Challenge starts this week Juju Watkins is very good at basketball and other current observations from the past week College Football Week 14 AP Top 10 Rivalry week picks and observations Some of my fellow UVA fans are pissing me off Coaching News/Notes Show intro/interlude music by DJ Cam One: Twitter/Instagram DJ Cam One's label: Mysteryismusic.com Mysterysoundrecordings.bandcamp.comDJ Cam One on Spotify Your host Uncle Dub: Twitter/InstagramUntappd (Beer Check-in app): ItsUncle_Dub Email: email@example.com Check out the BaldHead Logic podcast co-hosted with DJ Cam OnePlease consider supporting the podcast: Buy Me a Coffee Send a voicemail, subscribe, rate and tell a friend about the show! Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsuncledub/message
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit andrewsullivan.substack.com(The main Dish and VFYW contest are taking a break for the holiday; we'll be back with full coverage on December 1st. Happy Thanksgiving!)Matthew is a writer and philosopher. He's currently a senior fellow at UVA's Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture and a contributing editor at The New Atlantis. His most famous book is Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work. He also has an excellent substack, Archedelia.This episode was recorded on October 17. You can listen to it right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — the antihumanism of Silicon Valley, and the obsession with kid safetyism — pop over to our YouTube page.Other topics: Matthew's birthplace in Berkeley; his dad the physics professor and jazz player; his mom the New Age “seeker type”; Matthew taken out of school at age 10 for five years to live in an strict ashram and travel to India; he left to join “the great bacchanal” of high school where he “didn't learn much”; did unlicensed electrical work and studied physics in college; he believes bureaucracy “compromises the vitality of life”; Hannah Arendt; Tocqueville; Christopher Lasch and the close supervision of kids' lives; Johan Huizinga and the spirit of play; Oakeshott's metaphor of a tennis match; Enoch Powell; behavioral economics; William James; Nudge and choice architecture; Kant; TS Eliot; Nietzsche; gambling addiction and casino manipulation; Twitter and “disinformation”; self-driving cars; plastic surgery; kids and trans activism; the Nordic gender paradox; nationalism; why the love of one's own is suspect on the political left; how “diversity is our strength” decreases diversity; Hillary's “deplorables”; Matthew's book The World Beyond Your Head: On Becoming an Individual in an Age of Distraction; brainy people not understanding practical ones; knowledge workers threatened by AI; the intelligence needed in manual work; why Americans are having fewer children; liquid modernity; the feminization of society; Bronze Age Pervert; Ratzinger; Matthew's recent conversion to Christianity; and gratitude being the key to living well.Browse the Dishcast archive for another convo you might enjoy (the first 102 episodes are free in their entirety — subscribe to get everything else). Coming up: Cat Bohannon on Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Human Evolution, Jennifer Burns on her new biography of Milton Friedman, McKay Coppins on Romney and the GOP, and Alexandra Hudson on civility. Please send any guest recs, dissent and other comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After not meeting last season, Virginia Tech and UVa renew their rivalry, with bowl eligibility on the line for the Hokies. Who has the edge in this year's matchup?Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
He spent only two years at UVA, but Bryce Perkins ranks among the most impactful players in program history. He starred at quarterback for the Hoos in 2018 and '19 and helped them reclaim the Commonwealth Cup in his final season. With show host Jeff White, Perkins reflects on his Virginia career and looks ahead to Saturday's showdown at Scott Stadium.
AWadd brings us into the second hour of the show on The Richmond Commander as he asks the question, do we even want Washington to win this Thanksgiving? Next, NFL Hits, Adam reacts to some Thanksgiving hot takes and we listen to a big new interview from Tom Brady. Next, Bill Roth joins for a CowanGates Hokies Update as we get prepped for a big rivalry game with the Hokies facing UVA. We finish the hour by bringing Michael Phillips onto the show for some Crosstalk as they both cancel an NFL team for the season.
To kick off the Best Of, AWadd and Stub share some airport stories and discuss the highs and lows of the travel experience. Next, NFL Hits, Adam reacts to some Thanksgiving hot takes and we listen to a big new interview from Tom Brady. Then, Bill Roth joins for a CowanGates Hokies Update as we get prepped for a big rivalry game with the Hokies facing UVA. Stub leads the next segment as he goes around the fast food world and presents some of the worst Thanksgiving day options before Adam shares his perfect thanksgiving day plate.
On the latest episode of the CavsCorner Podcast, we talk about the hoops team's disappointing loss to Wisconsin and how it confirms some fears about this year's squad before we switch back to football and discuss not only the win over Duke last weekend but preview the Commonwealth Clash this coming Saturday between the Hokies and the Hoos. Credits: Brad Franklin (@Cavs_Corner) David Spence (@HooDaves) Justin Ferber (@Justin_Ferber) Visit CavsCorner now! SIGN UP TODAY and check out our message board to talk with hundreds of fellow Wahoo fans about all things UVa sports! Thanks to Homefield for their support of this show and all of CavsCorner.com. Use the promo code CAVS23 to get 15 percent off your first order at HomefieldApparel.com!
It's UVA week, which means it's also Virginia Tech's second and final chance to become bowl eligible. Can the Hokies end the regular season on a high note? Rate, Review, and Subscribe to Hokie Hangover wherever you get your podcasts. Also, support our sponsors below: Main Street Pharmacy: https://www.msblacksburg.com/ Homefield Apparel: https://www.homefieldapparel.com/?rfsn=7600771.df4534 Use the promo code "BEAMERBALL" for 15% off your first order at Homefield Vivid Seats: https://vivid-seats.pxf.io/R52322 Use the promo code "BEAMERBALL20" for $20 off your first purchase of $200 or more with Vivid Seats.
This week Leland drives the opening segment with a recap Riverheads win over Clarke County. Joe and Leland also discuss this week's region championship with Riverheads and Central part II. JMU loses to App State, VT loses to NC State, and UVA beats Duke. All this and more including Joe not liking Thanksgiving on this week's YAC Sports Podcast.
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Už osmkrát navštívila Keňu a z cest vzniklo několik knih. Ta nejnovější má název Obchodníci s dětmi. „Co se týká nelegální adopce dětí, poptávka podporuje nabídku,“ upozorňuje autorka. Kolikrát byli s manželem v Keni? Jaký k ní má vztah? Uvažovala někdy o adopci afrického dítěte? Jak chodí v Keni oblečená a kde se stravuje? A jak tamní lidé vnímají smrt?Všechny díly podcastu Blízká setkání můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
The Jerry & Jerry Show headlines: Tony Elliott Era: UVA Wins 1st ACC Home Game Game Film Breakdown: Virginia 30, Duke 27 Anthony Colandrea & Malik Washington Thoughts VA Tech (-3) at UVA, 330PM, Saturday, 51.5 O/U Keys To Victory – What Does UVA Need To Do? ACC Championship: FSU vs Louisville BBall: What Happened To Hoos vs Wisconsin? What Do We Know About UVA Hoops So Far? Read Viewer & Listener Comments Live On-Air Jerry Ratcliffe & Jerry Miller were live on The Jerry & Jerry Show! The Jerry & Jerry Show airs live Tuesday from 10:15 am – 11:15 pm on The I Love CVille Network. Watch and listen to The Jerry & Jerry Show on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, iTunes, Apple Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Fountain, Amazon Music, Audible and iLoveCVille.com.
Show Summary Brigitte Suhr, an Accepted law school admissions consultant and a former application reader for UVA Law, shares insights and advice on the law school admissions process in a podcast interview with Linda Abraham. They discuss topics such as changes in law school admissions, the importance of work experience before law school, the personal statement and diversity statement, common mistakes to avoid, and the character and fitness section of the application. Brigitte emphasizes the importance of starting early in the application process and being genuine in one's essays. She also provides guidance on addressing academic weaknesses and navigating the interview process. Show Notes If you're applying to law school now or in the near future, you're going to love today's show. Brigitte Suhr, Accepted Law School admissions consultant and former application reader for UVA Law, is going to help you get accepted to your dream law school. Welcome to the 550th episode of Admissions Straight Talk. Thanks for joining me. Are you ready to apply to your dream law school? Are you competitive at your targeted programs? Accepted's law school admissions quiz can give you a quick reality check.Take the quiz and you'll not only get an assessment, but tips on how to improve your qualifications. Plus, it's all free. Our guest today, Brigitte Suhr, earned her bachelor's from UT Austin and her JD from UVA. She then went on to travel the world as an international lawyer, working for Human Rights Watch, The International Criminal Court and other foundations and NGOs. For approximately two years, prior to joining accepted in 2019, Brigitte worked as an application reader for her alma mater, UVA School of Law, and in that capacity reviewed over 2,500 applications. She was the one recommending admit, or deny. Let's find out when she made those recommendations and how she helps accept its clients. Brigitte, welcome to Admissions Straight talk. [1:52] Thanks, Linda. I'm happy to be here. Pleasure to have you. Now let's just start with something fairly basic, actually not so basic. What's new in law school admissions this year? [1:56] There's a lot new, Linda, maybe too much new. So from year-to-year it seems like essays don't change that much. Applications don't change that much, but with the Supreme Court decision this past summer, law schools took that opportunity to review what they were doing. They want to be compliant with the decision, but in so doing, they added quite a few changes and in my opinion, maybe overloaded a bit on essays and supplementals and things like that. So it's been a big transition for those of us working in admissions and certainly for students who have even more work to do than ever. And frankly from, I wonder if some admissions committees aren't going to be regretting some of their extra essays at some point, because it's going to be longer and longer to read and I think maybe- Could be maybe more work for them. [2:47] Exactly. We might see some cutting back. I don't have inside information on that, but if I were them I'd be doing some cutting back by next summer. I know business schools used to have many more essays and over the years they've cut back quite a bit. [2:56] Yeah. This is not a change that occurred this year. I think it's a change that's occurred over the last 10, 20 years, and that is that more and more law school applicants or more and more law school students do not go directly from college to law school. They take a year off, I think it's frequently to work for a year. Do you advise applicants to, “take a year off,” – take a gap year or work before going to law school? [3:03] I mean, I think that law schools have always cared about employability, and they care about it all the more now because the US News and World Report is factoring that into the rankings, and so it becomes an important issue. But frankly,
We discuss Virginia Tech's loss to NC State, as well as the definition of "failure" if the Hokies can't find a way to win in the season finale against UVA. Rate, Review, and Subscribe to Hokie Hangover wherever you get your podcasts. Also, support our sponsors below: Main Street Pharmacy: https://www.msblacksburg.com/ Homefield Apparel: https://www.homefieldapparel.com/?rfsn=7600771.df4534 Use the promo code "BEAMERBALL" for 15% off your first order at Homefield Vivid Seats: https://vivid-seats.pxf.io/R52322 Use the promo code "BEAMERBALL20" for $20 off your first purchase of $200 or more with Vivid Seats.
Deze week worden de winnaars van de Amsterdam Science Innovation Award bekend gemaakt. Eén van de kanshebbers is Lukas Helmbrecht, van de UvA en AMOLF. Hij heeft iets ontwikkeld waarmee loodvervuiling heel makkelijk en goedkoop gedetecteerd kan worden. We bespreken hoe groot het probleem met loodvervuiling is en welke oplossing hij onder de naam Lumetallix heeft ontwikkeld. Lees hier meer over de Amsterdam Science Innovation AwardSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, Bridget Crawford and Emily Waldman of Pace University School of Law join me and UVA Law 3Ls Kate Granruth and Jenna Smith. Bridget Crawford's scholarship focuses on taxation and gender and the law. She teaches courses on Federal Income Taxation; Estate and Gift Taxation; and Wills, Trusts and Estates. Emily Waldman teaches courses on Constitutional Law, Law & Education, Employment Law, and Civil Procedure. Today we're discussing their book, Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods, published by NYU Press in 2022 and their 2022 article, Contextualizing Menopause in the Law, co-authored with my UVA colleague, Naomi Cahn, and published in the Harvard Journal of Gender and the Law. Show Notes:"Menstruation in a Post-Dobbs World," 98 NYU L. Rev. Online 191 (2023) (Crawford and Waldman)"Pink Tax and Other Tropes," 33 Yale J.L. & Feminism 88 (2023) (Crawford)"Managing and Monitoring the Menopausal Body," 2022 U. Chi. Legal Forum (forthcoming 2022) (Cahn, Crawford, & Waldman)"Contextualizing Menopause in the Law," 43 Harv. J. Gender & Law 1 (2022) (Cahn, Crawford, and Waldman)"Working Through Menopause," 99 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1531 (2022) (Cahn, Crawford, and Waldman)Andrew Jennings and Kimberly D. Krawiec, Vice Capital (forthcoming 2024)
After a loss on the road at Virginia football, Tim Donnelly wonders if Duke football's loss to UVA football is a result of being 'distracted' by the potential of head coach Mike Elko taking a job at Texas A&M football, or Michigan State football. Also, the Carolina Hurricanes are in search of consistency after a 4-2 win on Saturday over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
In celebration of Native American History Month, Nsofwa Chanda and Taylor Nichols welcome Kody Grant, UVA's first tribal liaison! With two decades of experience, Kody now serves as a collaborator and point of contact for tribal nations and the university. Tune in to explore issues impacting indigenous communities and gain insights into engaging with local indigenous communities. With Thanksgiving approaching, Kody discusses the holiday and different perspectives within tribal communities.Follow us on Twitter @HUESPodcast or email the hosts at email@example.com.
Originally published on Tuesday, November 15th, 2022Today, in the Hot Notes; Donald wanted his political enemies to be audited by the IRS; the Supreme Court says the 1/6 Committee can get Kelli Ward's phone records with two notable dissents; an oversight report reveals Donald violated the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution; Trump tries to claim that stealing documents makes them personal records; a suspect is in custody in the UVA shooting; plus Allison delivers your Good News.Steve Piersonhttps://twitter.com/BluesBoySteveSteve Pierson for California Assemblyhttps://www.piersonforca.com/How We Win (currently on hiatus)https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-we-win/id1477279890Follow AG and Dana on Twitter:Dr. Allison Gill Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodhttps://www.tiktok.com/@muellershewrotehttps://instagram.com/muellershewroteDana Goldberghttps://twitter.com/DGComedyhttps://www.instagram.com/dgcomedyhttps://www.facebook.com/dgcomedyhttps://shop.dailybeanspod.com/products/crimes-t-shirtHave some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court?https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/Listener Survey:http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short
AWadd brings us into the final hour of the show with NFL Hits as he gives us his predictions for all of the upcoming games this weekend as well as giving us his Certified Football Game of the Week. Coach Criz joins us on the show to get us prepared for the Local High School Playoffs and tonight's Game of the Week. We go around local College Football covering VT with Pat from the Sons of Saturday podcast as well as covering UVA, ODU, and JMU. We finish out the show with an impromptu Dude Food and AWadd gives out his official prediction for the Washington Commander's game against the Giants.
This week we are joined by friends of the Hite Family Judd & Lisa Rupp! Judd played football at UVA. He met the love of his live, Lisa right after graduating from UVA. She was a rising Junior at Ohio State. Judd, a very in-shape individual, had a heart that was very weak. Doctors said it was nothing to worry about, but that wasn't the case. Take a listen as Judd and Lisa discuss their journey as newly weds to later in life when he was blessed with a new heart!
AWadd breaks into the first hour of the show with The Sports app as he breaks down all major news from last night in the NFL, College Basketball, and the NBA. Adam and Stub give us a breakdown of the Charissa Thompson story as she claimed to make up her sideline half time reports. Jim Hobgood joins us on the show for some College Basketball coverage as we discuss the fantastic UVA performance last night and go all around the ACC in Virginia. To finish out the hour AWadd brings Valdez onto the show for Don't Sleep on These Picks! Go to Dontsleepenergy.com and use promo code AWaddRadio.
Vern Glenn was born and grew up in Richmond, Va. and went to St. Christopher's like Paul. They talked about growing up, attending St. Chris, playing sports and what his parents did for work. Vern knew in 10th grade that he wanted to be a sportscaster. He attended UVA and got his first sportscasting job in 1985 in Richmond, took his next job in Baltimore and then moved across the country to take a sports job in San Francisco. He's still in San Francisco and he and Paul talked about why he stayed and why he loves the city so much. They talked a lot about sports including UVA and Bay Area sports past and present. They discussed stories of who he has interviewed and how he has been blessed in his career. They finished by talking about his wife Nicole and their three boys, Zack, Nicolas and Jacob.
On the latest episode of the CavsCorner Podcast, we talk about the loss in Louisville and how these close losses have impacted things before we preview the matchup with Duke this weekend. Then on the hoops side, we discuss the first three games, what's stood out, and what we want to see by the time we next record the podcast before Thanksgiving. Credits: Brad Franklin (@Cavs_Corner) David Spence (@HooDaves) Justin Ferber (@Justin_Ferber) Visit CavsCorner now! SIGN UP TODAY and check out our message board to talk with hundreds of fellow Wahoo fans about all things UVa sports! Thanks to Homefield for their support of this show and all of CavsCorner.com. Use the promo code CAVS23 to get 15 percent off your first order at HomefieldApparel.com!
Découvrez l'épisode 224 de Beauty Toaster, le podcast dédié à la cosmétique en mouvement. Aujourd'hui, préparez-vous à plonger dans un épisode inédit, car je reçois Marie-Odile Hecht, la sympathique fondatrice du laboratoire Cosmoya. Marie-Odile est une scientifique et une experte passionnée. Son sujet de prédilection ? Les produits solaires. Pour tout comprendre sur leur fonctionnement et leur utilisation en toute sécurité, Marie-Odile est LA personne à écouter. Vous savez, les filtres et écrans solaires sont bien plus que de simples crèmes. Ils sont des boucliers contre les rayons délétères du soleil. Une question de santé publique. Mais une dérive actuelle leur attribue des vertus anti-âge. Et quand on est une scientifique, spécialisée sur le sujet de la protection solaire, on ne peut que s'en alarmer et mettre en garde les consommateurs. Allez, à vos écouteurs, c'est l"heure de Beauty Toaster. Ne manquez plus aucun épisode ! Abonnez-vous via le blog ou retrouvez-nous sur Apple Podcast, Spotify, Deezer, Google Podcast, ainsi que sur toutes les meilleures plateformes de podcasts. N'oubliez pas de laisser un commentaire et de nous attribuer de nombreuses étoiles sur Apple Podcast et Spotify si vous appréciez notre contenu. Et maintenant, vous pouvez même laisser un commentaire sur un épisode avec Spotifiy ! Enfin, partagez votre enthousiasme ! Partagez cette découverte avec votre famille, vos ami(e)s, et tous les passionné.e.s de beauté que vous connaissez, où qu'ils se trouvent dans le monde. Car, après tout, Beauty Toaster peut être écouté partout dans le monde. Mille mercis pour votre écoute, votre fidélité et votre précieux soutien. Vous êtes mon moteur !
AWadd launches into the start of the show with The Sports App updating us on the Draymond Green fight and giving us updates on the NBA, NFL, and College Basketball. Next, Adam gives us a recap of last night's VCU basketball game against Radford and we play an interview with Jason Nelson. Frank Maloney from Hoos Talking joins the show to go around the ACC with AWadd and cover UVA. Frank Maloney stays on the show with AWadd on the Commander's Corner as we get Frank's takeaways from Sam Howell and the Bill Belichick news.
David and Mike look at what's left for Virginia Tech and UVA football, examine the early season basketball results for both schools and break down Friday night's controversy involving Tony Bennett and Cory Alexander. This week, on Teel & Barber.Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Three years after the announcement that the 2023 NCAA Cross Country Championships would be held at UVA's home course in Earlysville, race day is almost here. Vin Lananna, who oversees Virginia's track & field and cross country programs, joins show host Jeff White to discuss what to expect Saturday at Panorama Farms.
Pierce, Zach, and Ben are all back this week to discuss the wins to start the season for the UVA basketball season. We were so close to starting with another HUGE upset over Louisville in football - but we discuss the context of the football season after the Hoos dropped a close one on the road. Most of the episode focuses on men's basketball - the early standouts and surprises and what we're hoping in the next few out of conference games.
This week, President Ryan sits down with Andres Pedroso, UVA's Director of Tennis and Head Men's Tennis Coach. Coach Pedroso is a former pro tennis player, two-time National Tennis Coach of the Year and three time ACC Coach of the Year--and he led UVA's Tennis team to back-to-back titles in 2022 and 2023. They discuss his early dedication to the sport, the rigors of the professional athletics, and the importance of trust, humility, and community in coaching a team of players to success--both on and off the tennis court.
The I Love CVille Show headlines: Northrop Grumman – $200M Into Waynesboro 300 Big $$ Jobs Coming To Waynesboro What Is The Cause & Effect Of Breaking News? Ivy Road: 10-Story, 130-FT Tall, 242-Apartments Could Developer Be Negotiating With UVA? 530 Apartments, 1500 Students Coming To JPA Gentrification: Amazon, UVA, Northrop Grumman UVA Hoops & Football: Tale Of Two Teams Read Viewer & Listener Comments Live On-Air Jerry Miller was live on The I Love CVille Show! The I Love CVille Show airs live Monday – Friday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm on The I Love CVille Network. Watch and listen to The I Love CVille Show on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, iTunes, Apple Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Fountain, Amazon Music, Audible and iLoveCVille.com.
AWadd launches into the Best Of on a Washington Commander's Misery Monday as he breaks down yesterday's game as he breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly in Seattle. Then, AWadd keeps up the Commander's talk and takes some calls from fans. Next, University Drive as we cover UVA and VT before bringing on Dave Riggert to discuss JMU Football. Andy Bitter joins the show with Adam to discuss the Virginia Tech Hokies Football season and their chase for the ACC Bowl.
AWadd leads us into the final hour of the show on University Drive covering UVA and VT before bringing on Dave Riggert to discuss JMU Football. Adam brings Stub onto the show to get his takeaways from a big NFL Sunday and then we go to the phone lines. Andy Bitter joins the show with Adam to discuss the Virginia Tech Hokies Football season and their chase for the ACC Bowl. Then AWadd and Stub preview Monday Night Football and go over VCU Basketball.
Dustin Taylor is our guest for the 50th episode of Baseline Intelligence. Dustin helped UVA win three consecutive NCAA championships as the associate head coach and is currently the head men's tennis coach at Oklahoma State University. We talk:1:38 Hands, eyes, and feet4:42 Ball dropping vs. ball rising7:20 Solving every ball10:13 Hitting the outside of the ball13:08 Creating space17:58 Heavy and through22:45 Discipline leads to freedom25:58 Trusting your good is good enough29:47 Best coaching advice he's received 31:15 Best advice for the 4.0 player
A year ago Monday, three Virginia Football student-athletes – Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D'Sean Perry – were shot and killed in a mass shooting in which two other UVA students, Marlee Morgan and a fourth football student-athlete, Mike Hollins – were injured. Chris Graham reports on what will forever be a tough day for the UVA Athletics community. Also on this podcast: When UVA alum Marques Hagans left the staff at Virginia to take the job as wide-receivers coach at Penn State in the offseason, it seemed to me that Hagans was not just spreading his wings and flying, finally, but rather, taking a necessary step toward building his resume to one day be a Power 5 head coach. Preview: What Virginia Basketball fans need to know about North Carolina A&T
On this episode of Wake Up 502 with Raashaan Myers we are breaking down the horrible loss by UofL basketball to Chattanooga as well as celebrating the UofL football over UVA and our favorite football watching options for Saturday!
Hour three of The V Show on a Friday. Bobby V gives a positive update on the injured UVA player from last night. Coach Brian Graham of UofL hockey joins to preview the Cards weekend against Ohio, and a cool hockey jersey auction for Wounded Warrior Project. We wrap with The Sagarins and Bob's weekend parlays and Nick's Santa Claus bet. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour one of Fast Break Friday. The Valvanos celebrate a moneyline parlay from Bob and Nick's Santa Bet! We talk a bit about UofL's win over UVA. Mark Story of The Lexington Herald Leader joins to talk UK. Some shout outs and a new Ale 8 KOLA?!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lars Tiffany heads into his eighth season as head men's lacrosse coach at UVA with a talented team that's expected to contend for the program's eighth NCAA title. With show host Jeff White, Tiffany discusses offseason development in his program and looks ahead to 2024.
Who is the best ACC men's basketball coach currently? And what coach would you want to build around for the next five season? Is is UVA basketball coach Tony Bennett, or Duke basketball coach Jon Scheyer? Also, Tim Donnelly & Dennis Cox reveal their confidence & concerns when it comes to UNC football, NC State football, Duke football, and Wake Forest football in 'Cons & Cons.'
On the latest episode of the CavsCorner Podcast, we talk about the GT loss and how it's impacting our overarching views heading into Thursday's game at Louisville before we switch over to hoops to talk about the opener and the matchup on Friday night against Florida. Credits: Brad Franklin (@Cavs_Corner) David Spence (@HooDaves) Justin Ferber (@Justin_Ferber) Visit CavsCorner now! SIGN UP TODAY and check out our message board to talk with hundreds of fellow Wahoo fans about all things UVa sports! Thanks to Homefield for their support of this show and all of CavsCorner.com. Use the promo code CAVS23 to get 15 percent off your first order at HomefieldApparel.com!