More Damian Lillard trade speculation... is Toronto still the frontrunner? Mariners are STRUGGLING as the regular season winds down. Worst Day on the Web: Josh Dobbs can't make his own jersey at the Cardinals team store. Tyreek Hill's post-football plans.
One last look ahead to Oregon vs Colorado. Oregon State vs Washington State could be lower-scoring than you think. BetMGM Tonight host Ryan Horvat makes his weekly stop. Worst Day on the Web: don't be the golf course Karen.
Oregon/Colorado could be most hate-watched game by football traditionalists. BREAKING: Cowboys CB Trevon Diggs out for season after tearing ACL at practice. Worst Day on the Web: The found that F-35! But the eyewitness stole the show. James Dolan says he doesn't like owning pro sports teams... his team's fans probably agree.
Should the Pac-12 & Mountain West work together on a relegation model? How would it work? Worst Day on the Web: the Chicago Bears are a hot mess for a variety of reasons, on and off the field. Blue Jays pitcher Yusei Kikuchi sleeps 13-14 hours a day.
When Leticia Ochoa Adams lost her son Anthony to suicide, it made her rethink everything — from her previously unshakeable faith to the very place she called home. With a Texas-sized heart and a heaping dose of dark humor, Leticia recounts her path from teen mom to grieving parent, and all the moments she shared with Anthony along the way. She opens up to Stephanie about how her views have changed in the wake of loss, including her relationship with God. Follow Stephanie on Instagram at @wittelstephanie. Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Are the holidays a particularly tough time for you? Have a story you want to share? Head to bit.ly/lastdaystories to fill out our confidential Google form. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. And if you want to continue the conversation with other listeners, join the My Lemonada community at https://lemonadamedia.com/mylemonada/ For a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this and every other Lemonada show, go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors. To follow along with a transcript, go to www.lemonadamedia.com/show/lastday shortly after the air date.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Does Dan Lanning regret his Media Day comments on Colorado? Deion & Travis Hunter stick up for defender who knocked Hunter out of the game. Worst Day on the Web: If you have to tell people how famous you are, you're not famous. Plus, Jayson Tatum's bad new tattoo. Steelers QB Kenny Pickett is having a rough start, but should we... Blame Canada?
Oregon has the longest non-conference home win streak in college football. Nick Saban seeks advice from frequent radio caller. Worst Day on the Web - don't be that guy that leaves racist messages because his team lost. Former player suing Lane Kiffin & Ole Miss, and it doesn't look good.
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Nick Saban taking full accountability for loss to Texas. We've got a new instant classic coach-ism, thanks to Alabama A&M's Connell Maynor. Worst Day on the Web: astrophysics enthusiast fooled by beach hole. Kevin Porter, Jr., should never again play in the NBA.
NFLPA wants natural grass in every stadium. 49ers OT Trent Williams had the kindest dig at another team you'll hear. BetMGM Tonight host Ryan Horvat makes his weekly stop. Worst Day on the Web: Aliens unveiled by Mexican congress, but they look fake.
Like it or not, Deion & Colorado are drawing viewers at a huge clip. Seahawks sign 41-year-old Jason Peters for O-line help. Worst Day on the Web: betting on Aaron Rodgers losing to get free drinks. Did Brian Daboll throw a huge party the night before the Giants' blowout loss to the Cowboys?
Pac-12 goes 8-4 in week 2, now has 8 teams in AP Top 25. Dusty's Pac-12 QB power rankings. Worst Day on the Web: Draft Kings' poorly-thought out featured "Never Forget" parlay, featuring New York teams, on 9/11. Mel Tucker also making his case for the Worst Day: his laughable statement on Brenda Tracy's allegations.
EPISODE 1706: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Diana B. Henriques, author of TAMING THE STREET, about the New Deal, FDR's fight to regulate American capitalism and its relevance today in Joe Biden's America Diana B. Henriques, an award-winning financial journalist, is the author of A First-Class Catastrophe: The Road to Black Monday, the Worst Day in Wall Street History, released in September 2017. She is also the author of The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust, a New York Times bestseller, and three other books on business history. As a staff writer for The New York Times from 1989 to 2012 and as a contributing writer since then, she has largely specialized in investigative reporting on white-collar crime, market regulation and corporate governance. In May 2017, HBO aired its film-length adaptation of The Wizard of Lies, with Robert De Niro in the starring role — and with Ms. Henriques playing herself as the first journalist to interview Madoff in prison. An avid reader and reviewer of financial histories, Ms. Henriques is also the author of Fidelity's World: The Secret Life and Public Power of the Mutual Fund Giant (1995), The White Sharks of Wall Street: Thomas Mellon Evans and The Original Corporate Raiders (2000), and The Machinery of Greed: Public Authority Abuse and What To Do About It. (1986). Ms. Henriques was a member of a reporting team that was named a Pulitzer finalist in 2003 for its coverage of the aftermath of the Enron scandals. She was also a member of a team that won a 1999 Gerald Loeb Award for covering the near-collapse of Long Term Capital Management, a hedge fund whose troubles rocked the financial markets in September 1998. She was one of four reporters honored in 1996 by the Deadline Club, the New York City chapter of the Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism society, for a series on how wealthy Americans legally sidestep taxes. She has explored the expansion of tax breaks, regulatory exemptions and Congressional earmarks for religious nonprofits, and helped monitor commodity markets and money market funds in the financial turmoil of late 2008. Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why is #13 Oregon only a 6.5-pt favorite over Texas Tech? Looking at the rest of the Pac-12 slate. Worst Day on the Web: Kadarius Toney talks mad trash on Twitter ahead of season opener, has multiple crucial drops in Chiefs' loss, deletes Twitter. NFL injury & holdout update.
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Matt Prehm of 247 Sports' Duck Territory previews Oregon/Texas Tech. Worst Day on the Web: pausing to squeeze out a fart on live TV. BetMGM Tonight host Ryan Horvat resumes his weekly stops and talks the coming weekend in college football & the NFL. NFL news & notes.
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Recapping the Pac-12's 13-0 start to the season. How many Pac-12 players could be drafted in the 1st round? Worst Day on the Web: "biohazard" diarrhea on a plane. It's impossible for the Raiders to not be dysfunctional.
Most teachers complain about the opening day professional development that their school districts. And its amazing how quickly administrators, superintendents, principals, etc. quickly turn to the same tired practices as if they have amnesia of how much they dreaded the structure. In this episode Coach uses baseball analogies about warming up and the Mendoza line to share what he thinks is wrong about the opening day PD and offers solutions to the worst day of the year for teachers. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ptcpodcast/message
#14 Utah whoops Florida, even without 8 starters. Arizona State darn near loses to Southern Utah in Kenny Dillingham's debut. Worst Day on the Web: controversy in the world of collectibles. Ronald Acuna doing things that have literally never been done in baseball.
Colts GM Chris Ballard thinks Anthony Richardson does not need a good running back. Andy Reid is a man of the people. Worst Day on the Web: Joe Montana says Dan Marino is the best QB of all-time. Gil Brandt, architect of America's Team, dies at 91.
Colts wanted Jaylen Waddle + more from Dolphins for Jonathan Taylor. Worst Day on the Web: learning you've been placed on waivers via the clubhouse TV. Deion Sanders is not interested in team unity, just good players. Bryce Harper dedicates home run to sports talk radio show caller.
Mike and Jess are stateside again after watching their Fighting Irish put the dub in Dublin. While the duo recaps their trip, Golic shares his story of how he finally ended up in Ireland and it is what travel nightmares are made of. All was soon forgotten when Mike got to meet an iconic superstar in a pub, and to his surprise, he didn't even need to re-introduce himself. The pair discuss new QB Sam Hartman, who led his team to a 42-3 victory over Navy. Rumors of the ACC being expanded bring up discussion of players unionizing and revenue shares, leading Jess to agree with thoughts from Jim Harbaugh (we were shocked too). Golic brings up cut day in the NFL, sharing his own experiences, including what Jess says is “the most incredible thing I've ever heard”. Matt Stafford and his team have something in common with Golic & Smetty, and according to her, Stafford's an ageist. The two celebrate the greatness of Simone Biles, Jess sides with tennis player Coco Gauff, and they round out today's episode with updates on the mess with Luis Rubiales. Follow Mike and Jess on Twitter! Golic: https://twitter.com/golic Smetty: https://twitter.com/jessica_smetana Odds and Lines are Subject to Change Gambling problem? Call 1-800-Gambler. In New York, call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369). In West Virginia, visit www.1800gambler.net. In partnership with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races All games regulated by the West Virginia Lottery. Please play responsibly. In Connecticut, Help is available for problem gambling call 888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). 21+ in most eligible states but age varies by jurisdiction. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for details and state specific responsible gambling resources. Bonus bets expire seven days after issuance. Eligibility and deposit restrictions apply. Terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/mmaterms Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former Miami QB & Heisman Trophy winner Gino Torretta calls in to talk college football ahead of his call of #3 Ohio State at Indiana for Touchdown Radio. Colts unable to find a trade partner for RB Jonathan Taylor. Worst Day on the Web: Nebraska TE arrested for breaking into liquor & smoke shop and trying to steal $1600 of vapes. Would you pay to watch college football in a movie theater?
This week Heather shares her favorite inspirational quote. “So far you have survived 100% of your worst days.” Be sure to leave your favorite quote down below. I'm Still Here is hosted by Heather and Larry Jose. Heather was diagnosed with Stage IV (Metastatic) Breast Cancer in 1998 at age 26. Heather has lived with metastatic breast cancer for over 20 years and is often contacted by women asking for help with their diagnosis and transition to life with mets. IG: @heatherjose FB: Heather Jose I'm Still Here lyrics written by @Sanjay, our awesome son! #breastcancer #metastaticbreastcancer #stageIVneedsmore #breastcancerawareness #heatherjose #metavivor #livingwithmets #fearofrecurrence #canceradvocate #livingwithcancer
In which rookie starter do you have the most trust: Bryce Miller, CJ Stroud, or Anthony Richardson? US sprinter questions NBA "World" Champions. Elon Musk gets the Worst Day on the Web for getting booed in what one would think is friendly territory. Penalties GALORE in one Florida high school football game.
Today we discussed the drop that happened yesterday and the opportunities that arise today. Nvidia looked good but at prices it was at before earnings. Jerome Powell also speaks at Jackson hole today. We should see some fireworks potentially.
Rookie receiver from UCLA Jake Bobo turning heads in Seattle. A's owner is the worst kind of owner: wealthy & cheap. Worst Day on the Web: Chipper Jones has waited for decades to poke fun at John Smoltz for one particular HBP. Jim Harbaugh's curious decisions for who will coach during his suspension.
Why you should be optimistic about your Pac-12 team: featuring Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Utah, UCLA, & USC. Worst Day on the Web is a double-dip: Jerry Jones & Kevin Hart. Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy carted off the field with a hamstring injury.
Chiefs DT Chris Jones says he'll sit out until Week 8. Sam Darnold named 49ers #2 QB... what now for Trey Lance? Stephen A. Smith gets the Worst Day on the Web for his take on Lonzo Ball's injury. Tua Tagovailoa responds to ESPN's Ryan Clark's comments on his offseason.