John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group to discuss the latest around the Pac-12 Conference. Canzano asks Wilner how big the Nick Rolovich story is in the conference, who would replace Rolovich if he is unable to coach at any point, is Stanford a real contender in the North, what has been going right for Arizona State since they stumbled against BYU, is Pac-12 basketball in a position to double down from last season's NCAA tournament success, would USC even be interested in hiring Urban Meyer, who is coordinator of the year in the Pac-12, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Former NFL linebacker and two-time Emmy winner Emmanuel Acho, Clemson running back Darien Rencher and AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner join host Rob Maaddi. Acho discusses which rookie quarterback is best set up for success, the NCAA's new NIL rules and more. Rencher discusses his journey from walk-on to sixth-year senior. Wilner looks back at Brady vs. Belichick and ahead to a rematch of the AFC championship game this weekend.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group to discuss what he's seeing around the Pac-12 Conference. Canzano asks Wilner about the history of the Oregon-Stanford rivalry in the North, do the Ducks need style points in their wins to impress the CFB Playoff committee, is Nick Rolovich in some real trouble at Washington State, what can we expect from Oregon State at home against Washington on Saturday night, what is he hoping to learn from the UCLA-ASU game, what can we expect from USC the rest of the way after their brutal loss to Oregon State, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Tim Tebow and Kansas City Chiefs three-time All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce join host Rob Maaddi to discuss various topics. Vanderbilt linebacker Elijah McAllister and AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner also join the show along with the second part of an interview with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. Tebow talks about his experience trying out for the Jacksonville Jaguars as a tight end in training camp. Kelce chats about facing his brother this week and his new campaign with “Only on OLED by LG." Hurts explains where he developed his leadership skills and Wilner breaks down the Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick matchup.
Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the UW Huskies overtime win over California, Cade Otton missing the game and why that could be, the USC Head Coach opening, Nick Rolovich blowing another lead, and Wilner's winner of the week.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group, to discuss the Pac-12, a big game for the Beavers at USC, the CFB Playoff's potential new format, and more. Canzano asks Wilner what he sees in the Oregon State-USC match-up and why he likes the Beavers to pull off the upset, who he likes between Stanford and UCLA, what was the worst result he saw from the Pac-12 last weekend, if there is any new info on the Pac-12 adjusting the number of conference games they play going forward, if there are any attendance trends in the Pac-12 that raise eyebrows, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to discuss the Washington Huskies grabbing a win over Arkansas State last week and now starting Pac-12 play against California this Saturday, the offensive outburst and passing game with Dylan Morris, Utah's quarterback leaving school, BYU beating up on the Pac-12, if the playoff will see a new or different team this year, and Wilner's Winner of the week.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group to get us all caught up on what we have seen through two weeks in the Pac-12 Conference. Canzano asks Wilner how big of a weekend it was for the Pac-12 with Oregon win over Ohio State, do the Ducks still need to run the table in the Pac-12 to make the CFB Playoff, what is the narrative on Jimmy Lake and Washington, how bad was USC's loss to Stanford, what's the most interesting game in the Pac-12 for Week 3, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to discuss the UW Huskies' loss to Montana last weekend, the play-calling in the game, Oregon narrowly beating Fresno State, UCLA's upset win over LSU, and his Wilner's Winner pick of the week.
For years, Mike Wilner has been beloved by Torontonians as the voice of Blue Jays baseball on the radio, calling games, taking fan calls and interviewing players. His tenure with the team ended unceremoniously last fall, when Rogers, which owns the team, let him go. But the veteran announcer hasn't disappeared: he landed a gig as the baseball columnist for the Toronto Star; his baseball podcast, Deep Left Field, is one of the highest-rated baseball podcasts on Apple; and he recently finished a run calling games for Team Israel Baseball during their barnstorming tour of the Northeastern United States. Wilner joins Gabe and Jamie to chat about his long career, his new ventures and why he doesn't often ask ball players if they're Jewish. Menschwarmers is hosted by James Hirsh and Gabe Pulver, and produced and edited by Michael Fraiman. Our intro music is by Coby Lipovitch, and our outro music is "Organ Grinder Swing" by chēēZ π. This show is a member of The CJN Podcast Network—find more great Jewish podcasts at thecjn.ca. Follow the Menschwarmers on Twitter @menschwarmers, and The CJN Podcast Network on Twitter @cjnpodcasts.
John Canzano talks with one of the best in the business when it comes to covering the Pac-12, Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News. Canzano asks Wilner for his big takeaways from the joint news conference between Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff and the commissioners of the Big Ten and ACC, what does this new alliance between the conferences mean, what is Kliavkoff saying in regards to CFB Playoff expansion, why didn't ESPN carry live coverage of the joint conference, what is the byproduct here in football specifically, what will happen with the NCAA now, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Greg Cosell is back with us once again this year. He's here today to talk about what the film tells him about Jamal Adams. Is he worth the money? The Pac-12, Big Ten, and ACC are reportedly about to announce an alliance. How big of a deal is this, and what exactly does it mean for the Pac-12, and the Washington schools? We turn to The Mercury News' Jon Wilner to find out. On Something Good, a boy in the UK sleeps in his backyard for 500 days to raise money for his neighbor with cancer.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group, to talk about the Pac-12. Canzano asks Wilner for his takeaways from Pac-12 Media Day, what he makes of the conversations between the Pac-12 and Big 12, thoughts on George Kliavkoff, whether or not Chip Kelly should be worried if UCLA doesn't have a good season, if there will be any backlash for Nick Rolovich at Washington State, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
"Hello Sunday. Goodbye July. We are killing those Sunday scaries away with double shots and love this weekend. Happy summer vibes always. Let's go! 00:00 - DJ Drew Intro 02:16 - Vacuum - Homeshake 05:18 - Park Hill - Teni Rane 10:10 - Game Change - Brodka 13:48 - Alexandria - Royal Canoe feat. Begonia 18:03 - Call My Name - Fimber Bravo 24:32 - Polaris - Damon Albarn 29:16 - Fruit SNX - Marcey Yates, XOBOI, Conny Franko 32:38 - Chaeri - Magdalena Bay 36:56 - Dealer's Choice on BTRtoday.com 37:45 - Hello Darlin' - Carter Sampson 42:42 - Queen Of The Silver Dollar - Carter Sampson 47:05 - Monday Monday - The Tin Can Collective 50:14 - In Is Out - The Tin Can Collective 54:07 - Take Away The Ache - Half Waif 57:35 - Orange Blossoms - Half Waif 61:17 - Dealer's Choice on BTRtoday.com 61:53 - Poison - Sarah King 65:12 - Nightstand - Sarah King 68:42 - Crumb Back - Mega Bog 71:57 - Weight Of The Earth, on Paper - Mega Bog 75:10 - Hideaway - Wavves 79:07 - Honeycomb - Wavves 83:18 - Dealer's Choice on BTRtoday.com 83:58 - I'll See You Again - The Wealthy West 87:35 - Life Vest - LIV. 90:20 - Secrecy Is Incredibly Important To The Both Of Them - Yves Tumor 94:09 - Wilner's Parade - K.D.A.P. 98:39 - Curandera - Cochemea 102:18 - Best In Me - John Grant 107:36 - Christopher - Anthonie Tonnon 111:34 - DJ Drew Outro 113:39 - I'd Find You Again - Gringo Star 116:41 - Finish "
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group to discuss the Supreme Court's latest ruling against NCAA on athlete compensation. Canzano asks Wilner for his takeaways from the ruling, if the lines are being blurred between amateur and professional sports, what conversations are happening within the Pac-12 in regards to the current schedule and format of two divisions, latest on CFB Playoff expansion talks and automatic bids, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
This week in Deep Left Field, Mike Wilner talks to Riley Adams about the first couple of weeks of his major-league career, checks in with Chris Leroux about Canada just missing out on the Olympics and what's going on in the Blue Jays' bullpen and chats with Ken Davidoff about the "sticky stuff" controversy, as well as all the former Blue Jays playing for the Mets right now.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group to discuss the early Pac-12 football T.V. schedule in 2021. Canzano asks Wilner what jumps out about the schedule, which network he would watch if he was limited to just one, how important the week two slate is for the Pac-12, what is the future of the Pac-12 Network, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News to discuss the latest from the Pac-12 and the conference's new commissioner search. Canzano asks Wilner where the Pac-12 is at with the commissioner search, if his projections for pac-12 football have changed since seeing the spring scrimmages, who is a real contender for the CFB Playoff in 2021, if he is confident in the conference's ability to close the gap with the SEC and other conferences when it comes to media rights and money, where USC is at in all of this, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News and Bay Area News Group. Canzano asks Wilner if he believes we will see fans in the stands at Pac-12 football games this Fall, his thoughts on a college football "Super League", if the Pac-12 Network can survive without football, the latest surrounding Arizona athletics and new basketball coach Tommy Lloyd, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News to share the latest on the Pac-12 conference. Canzano asks Wilner what ultimately led to Arizona letting go of men's basketball coach Sean Miller, if the recent success of other Pac-12 programs played a part in that decision, what the conference can do to parlay the success from the NCAA Tournament into bigger things, where the Pac-12 is at with the commissioner search, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
During the pandemic we have heard a lot about state actors engaging in threat-related activity. But what are non-state actors up to? In this episode, Stephanie sits down with Alex Wilner and Casey Babb to discuss their forthcoming chapter on this very question. Wilner and Baab identify three major activities that non-state actors are engaging in online: delegitimation, recruitment and incitement. After describing these activities, the three discuss what might be done about this problem. At a time when Parliament is investigating the regulation of social media companies, are there options for both the government and private sector to curb the risk of violence? Note - Wilner and Babb's chapter will be appearing in Leah West, Thomas Juneau, and Amarnath Amarasingam, eds. Stress Tested: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Canadian National Security. Calgary: University of Calgary Press – open source and out this spring! Stay tuned to the podcast and Intrepidpodcast.com for more information.
"Just a few seconds after the needle penetrated my arm, I felt a mild soreness, kind of like a flu shot. But as I sat for the required 15 minutes of observation time, a wave of something engulfed my body. It was such a strange, unfamiliar sensation that I didn’t realize what was happening. I looked around the room at the other medical personnel getting their shots, and no one seemed to pay me any attention. I wasn’t changing color, short of breath, or breaking out into a sweat. I did harbor reservations about the safety of this new vaccine that seemed rushed to market. Was I about to become a statistic in the next FDA safety bulletin? It seemed like forever, but finally, I divined what was happening to me. I felt different inside. A fundamental change had occurred deep within my body. I sensed that others in the room experienced a similar feeling. I struggled to recall the name of the emotion. It had been so long. It was happiness." Andrew N. Wilner is a neurologist. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "An unexpected COVID-19 vaccine side effect." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/01/an-unexpected-covid-19-vaccine-side-effect.html)
With the Blue Jays about to begin the 2021 season, Deep Left Field takes a look ahead to what the season might bring. Mike Wilner is joined by his Toronto Star teammates Gregor Chisholm and Laura Armstrong to give you a sneak peek at the Star’s special season preview section in the final preview episode of Deep Left Field before the official launch on April 1st. If you would like to support the journalism of the Toronto Star, you can subscribe at thestar.com/subscribingmatters.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News to share the latest on the Pac-12 conference commissioner search, and what's ahead in the Pac-12 conference basketball tournament. Canzano asks Wilner where the conference is at in the commissioner search, why Sean Miller at Arizona still has a job, can the Pac-12 catch up to the Big Ten and SEC, the best outcome at the Pac-12 tournament, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner from the San Jose Mercury News about the freshly released Pac-12 football schedule and why Wilner likes the Huskies to win the Pac-12 North. We debate whether or not parents should be allowed to watch their high schoolers play sports in person. We also play The Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, the Culligan Water Cooler Report, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News following the release of the 2021 Pac-12 football schedule. Canzano asks Wilner where his eyes go first on the schedule, what is the most important week for the conference, can Oregon afford a loss to Ohio State, what's the deal with BYU playing five Pac-12 games, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jim Meehan of the Spokesman Review to breakdown the latest on Gonzaga basketball and the WCC Conference. Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News joins the program in the one-o-clock hour to share some breaking news regarding the California legislative pipeline involving paying college athletes. Canzano and Wilner discuss all things Pac-12 basketball, the new commissioner search, and look ahead to football in the Fall. Anna pops into the home studio, and we also play The Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, the Culligan Water Cooler Report, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the SJ Mercury News. Canzano asks Wilner about the latest regarding California's legislative pipeline requiring schools to make large NIL payments directly to college athletes. They discuss what has been happening in the process of finding the next Pac-12 commissioner, who are the top sitting AD's in consideration, what can we expect for the men's and women's Pac-12 basketball tournaments, a look ahead at the Pac-12 football season next Fall, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Here are the most important things you need to know in and around college athletics, in 5 minutes or less, for Wednesday, February 17, including the recruiting dead period extension, Wilner's 6 questions for Pac-12 CEO candidates, Valpo's mascot debate, WCC tourney seeding and contemplations and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more news and updates from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at https://www.d1ticker.com/.
Join Andrew Tisser with Andrew Wilner, MD, as they discuss about what locum tenens is and it works. Andrew has many years of experience working as a locum tenens physician and is an amazing writer. He also shares strategies, the downsides of locums, and why you should consider doing locum tenens!In this episode, you’ll learn:· A brief explanation of what locum tenens means and origins.· Locums allows physicians to know what they like and dislike in the different practice settings. · How locums can add leverage to negotiations. · Who should consider locums, how to start, and much more!~Today’s GuestAndrew Nathan Wilner, MD Andrew Nathan Wilner, MD, FACP, FAAN, is a board-certified internist, neurologist, and epilepsy specialist. In 1982, he discovered that locum tenens was the perfect solution to achieve work/life balance as a physician and writer. Dr. Wilner has practiced locum tenens in outpatient, inpatient, academic and community settings. He is a prolific medical journalist and author of four books, including “Bullets and Brains” and “The Locum Life: A Physician’s Guide to Locum Tenens.” Dr. Wilner is Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN. He hosts the biweekly podcast “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner” and the YouTube channel “Underwater with Dr. Andrew.” ——————————————————————————————————————–You can find Andrew Nathan Wilner on… Blog: www.andrewwilner.com/blogTwitter: @drwilnerInstagram: andrewwilnermdYouTube Podcast: www.youtube.com/c/andrewwilnermdauthorWebsite: www.andrewwilner.com —————————————————————————————————- Connect with Andrew Tisser DO:Top 50 doctors to follow on Instagram in 2020!Website:https://andrewtisserdo.com/Twitter:https://twitter.com/talk2medocFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/andrew.tisserLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewtisserdo/Early Career Physicians: Taking Back Medicine:https://www.facebook.com/groups/earlycareerdocs/ PS: If you are a physician who is feeling burnt out and want to discuss working with me directly- book a call athttps://andrewtisserdo.com/ss Don’t Forget to Subscribe!If you like the show please subscribe on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts!Click here for a link to all major platforms!
John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the Bay Area News Group. Canzano and Wilner discuss all things Pac-12 including what will happen to the Pac-12 Networks, who are some of the ideal candidates to replace Larry Scott as commissioner, the chances of a mid-March hire, reactions to the Reser Stadium project, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Jon Wilner joins the show to talk about the news that Larry Scott will be stepping down as the commissioner of the PAC-12. Jon and Bill talk about what this means for the conference and who could be a good fit as a replacement.
Spike Wilner, Gregory Agid and Darrian Douglas discuss the importance of Jazz Clubs and how they contribute to the arts community. Spike Wilner Bio: Michael "Spike" Wilner, was born in the city of Manhattan, New York. Spike was inspired to play ragtime piano at a young age. Spike entered into the first class of the, now legendary, New School For Social Research's Jazz and Contemporary Music Program, then led by the late Arnie Lawrence. Spike performed with and has led many bands in New York City at many famous, now closed, jazz clubs including The Village Gate, The Angry Squire, Visiones, Augies, The West End Gate and The Village Corner. Spike also toured with The Artie Shaw Big Band, The Glen Miller Orchestra, Maynard Furgeson & Lennie Cuje. In 1994, Spike began to work a regular gig at Smalls Jazz Club. This became his permanent musical home and led to his current position as partner and manager of the club. Spike now spends most of his time at Smalls making sure that it keeps on running. Each Tuesday he performs with his group. Spike's company SmallsLIVE LLC is a digital media company with the purpose of distributing live recorded music from Smalls Jazz Club. SmallsLIVE currently has a catalog of 40 HD titles, broadcasts live shows every night on the internet via www.smallslive.com. SmallsLIVE has also documented every show at Smalls Jazz Club since September of 2007. The audio/video archive now has more than 7000 recordings and represents from than 550 prominent jazz artists. Support this podcast