The Cougars lost Apple Cup-winning quarterback Jayden de Laura, but they have replaced him with one of the most highly touted transfers on the market: Cameron Ward. It's entirely possible that WSU has actually upgraded at quarterback. Plus: Klay Thompson's big return for the Golden State Warriors, men's basketball's split at the mountain schools, and women's basketball's bummer of a loss to Arizona. Here's that Cougfan article we referenced on the CougsFirst! NIL deals for Ward. Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes Google Play Spotify Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Host Yogi Roth talks with former Washington State linebacker, Jeremiah Allison. Jeremiah talks about playing at WSU, dealing with the loss of his mother during his freshman year of college and the impact she had on him, becoming a lawyer and much more.Stick around for 'The Postscript' at the end of the episode.Come discover Jeremiah Allison's 'It Factor' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth" presented by Zayo. You can also watch the episode streaming on Pac-12 Insider. Go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information.Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive Produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
What's Trending: Elementary school making kids eat outside even after a snowstorm, Starbucks is starting a vaccine policy Big Local: Hundred's align at the new Washington State fair test site WSU's new running back coach is a rapper, an assistant police chief in Kent got suspended after posing Nazi symbol on his door Dad in Kenmore pleads not guilty in attack on ref during a middle school basketball game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It appears we are actually going to have a bowl game after Central Michigan replaces Miami, which had to drop out because of Covid issues. Let's preview the key aspects of the game. And the WSU men's basketball team is officially "on pause" after Covid hit them. But it raises some bigger questions about how we should be handling Covid going forward. Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes Google Play Spotify Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today during the first hour of the show hear from Chiefs head coach Andy Reid as he spoke to the media today, Pat predicts who will be in and out of the NFL playoffs and Pat touches on the WSU basketball game being cancelled... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor Mueller sits down with 2022 linebacker prospect Dallas Daley. Daley currently holds offers from West Point and WSU, and has interest from other schools as he makes the transition from WR prospect to linebacker.
The Packers became the first team to clinch a playoff spot in 2021, so how were they able to reset their franchise just two seasons ago and should the Seahawks take a page from their playbook? Jake and Stacy examine that question to get hour two going. In Four Down Territory, what does Jake make of Jake Dickert's new staff at WSU? On The Timeline, the New York Giants thank their season-ticket holders with one of the cheapest gifts possible. Later, have the Mariners had the most meaningful offseason so far of any team in MLB? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chiefs win a wild one in LA. HS Sports preview Adrian Martinez heading to KSU Nebraska Volleyball going to National Championship KU, KSU, WSU men's hoops back on the hardwood this weekend.
Urban Meyer is no longer the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He's proven once again that he's a paper tiger, never actually living up to his reputation. Yesterday, we had WSU football coach Jake Dickert on the show, and Ian asked him about the rumor that Jayden de Laura might enter the transfer portal. Today, we react to his response. Cam Cleeland checks in one last time this year to discuss the hiring of Kalen DeBoer, the transfer portal, and the 2022 schedule. New COVID cases are popping up all over sports. Is the NHL about to make schedule adjustments because of the uptick? Dave Tomlinson has the answer, plus more thoughts on the Kraken after a short road trip.
Matt Braeuer, former Shocker and now the Assistant Basketball Coach at the University of North Texas Joins Bob & Jeff to talk about the up-coming ame against WSU and his glory days with the Shockers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PFF's Steve Palazzolo makes his weekly appearance to share insight into the Seahawks' rankings. It's Early Signing Day, and Brandon Huffman is here with the latest news from Washington and Washington State, plus details on on Travis Hunter, one of the nation's top recruits and his surprise decision to sign with Jackson State, plus more recruiting news from around college football.
Mike Holmgren brings a coach's perspective on this weekend's matchup between the Hawks and Rams. Washington State's new football coach Jake Dickert answers questions about recruiting, Sun Bowl preparation, and the rumors about Jayden de Laura entering the transfer portal. Dick Fain drops by before the afternoon show.
It's signing day! The Cougs signed a bunch of new guys, and it's a pretty good set with which to kick off the 2022 class. We break it down, picking out some of our favorite players and looking at what WSU needs to do from here. Then we move on to men's basketball, which has now dropped four of the last six. Is it time to panic? Plus, women's basketball, which picked up an awesome win over Gonzaga. Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes Google Play Spotify Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Christmas trees are big business here in the Pacific Northwest, and that's thanks to WSU plant pathologist Gary Chastagner, who has studied what makes the perfect tree for four decades. We take a trip to Pfaff's Christmas Tree Farm in Auburn to get the download.Like the show? Let us know! Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or send us mail at email@example.com.
We are out at the Snoqualmie Casino this afternoon as we celebrate the new sportsbook here. The Rams are in intensive protocols as multiple players test positive for COVID, and NHL players are now weighing the consequences of playing in the Olympics in the event that they test positive while in China. Unfortunately, the virus is still with us. How soon will we reach a point that we just live with the virus as long as athletes are vaccinated? Alex Brink, Jed Collins, and Mkristo Bruce joins us one more time ot look at the Cougs' win in the Apple Cup, the upcoming bowl game, and the future of the football program.
Cougar legends Alex Brink and Mkristo Bruce join Ian to discuss all things crimson and grey, courtesy of No-Li Brewhouse, Team Bruce Mortgage, American Football Brand, and The Buffalo Gym in Maple Valley
It's our final episode of 2021 and our final episode of Season 2, so to celebrate, it's our 2nd annual Holiday Extravaganza and we welcome the OG KOGpod'er...Weston Mills back to the podcast, along with Blake Cripps and Tommy Castor!On this episode #88:- The Kansas City Chiefs absolutely destroyed the Las Vegas Raiders Sunday in KC by a final score of 48-9. The Chiefs offense came to life, and the defense continued to dominate. The guys discuss the future for this Chiefs team for the rest of the regular season..- The Kansas State Wildcats are currently prepping for the Tax Act Texas Bowl on January 4th against LSU. The guys discuss how important this bowl game is for the Wildcats and for the tenure of Chris Klieman, plus what K-State will need to do to take down the LSU Tigers.- It's our season in review of Kansas football. The Jayhawks saw some good momentum to end the year, although they did finish the season with a record of 2-10. Lance Leipold continues to try to turn the KU program around, so what will in take in 2022 for KU to keep improving?- Time for some News and Notes on the show where the guys discuss some other important topics like both Jayhawk and Shocker hoops. - Our Wichita Whiparound takes a look at TBT returning to Wichita in 2022, plus WSU women's basketball on a roll to start the season.- The final segment of our last show of the year is all about what Santa should bring us in the world of sports in 2022. You can listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Check out our new website at www.kogsports.com. Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod.Follow Blake @becripps & Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod
12 Pac Radio talks the hire of Dan Lanning at Oregon, coordinator hires at WSU & Arizona, Oregon State's Bowl game against Utah State, and does a Stanford Football post-mortem. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John has his weekly chat with THE GROZ to discuss the Russell Wilson rumors, they preview tomorrow's Seahawks and Texans matchup, and they look at the changes to UW and WSU's football programs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rob Rang joins Ian Furness to take a look at the NFL prospects playing in the championship game. ChambersBayDistillery.com to see where you can purchase their fantastic lineup of bourbons, vodka, and more!
WSU men's basketball picked up a crazy win against Arizona State before narrowly missing out on a major resume builder against USC. Plus, Jake Dickert has reportedly hired his offensive coordinator: Air Raid disciple Eric Morris. We're very, VERY excited about his return to the palouse. Also: Women's basketball and volleyball. Music by Randy England. You can find more of his work on Instagram. Subscribe to us on ... iTunes Google Play Spotify Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are back in studio breaking down Utah's dominating victory over Oregon in the Pac-12 Championship game, showcasing the great new venue for the conference title at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Ryan was there in person and talks about the much improved atmosphere for the game and discussed what commissioner George Kliavkoff had to say in the pregame press conference. The guys also talk about the makeup game between USC and California plus they go over of the announced bowl games including the Utes going to the Rose Bowl for the first time, taking on the Ohio State Buckeyes. The biggest news of the week also involved Oregon with head coach Mario Cristobal leaving the West Coast to head back home and take over a struggling Miami Hurricanes football program. Yet another bizarre turn in the coaching carousel, the Ducks had offered a long extension for Cristobal but he eventually turned it down and now Oregon needs to find his replacement. The guys also go over the Pac-12 Post-season Awards with Utah getting the most 1st and 2nd teamers (10) plus the defensive player of the year (Devin Lloyd), defensive freshman of the year (Junior Tafuna) and coach of the year (Kyle Whittingham). The other major awards were USC's Drake London for offensive player of the year and WSU's Jayden de Laura for offensive freshman of the year. Place your bets at MyBookie.com with the promo code PAC12 to get your first deposit matched! Please subscribe, give the POC a five-star rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts! The best five-star review each week will win a $100 gift card from Jockey! Sound off about Pac-12 football in our Podcast of Champions Reddit page! Send us a text or leave us a voicemail by texting or calling (424) 532-0678 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
December is finally here and Keeper of the Games is back!! It's time for a brand new episode of the Keeper of the Games podcast with Blake Cripps and Tommy Castor!!On this episode #87:- The Kansas City Chiefs come off their bye week with another dominant defensive performance in primetime as the Chiefs beat division rival Broncos 22-9 on Sunday Night Football to move to 8-4 on the season. Although the offense still isn't where most people would like it to be, Blake and Tommy discuss how this team can ride their defensive prowess to another championship.- Kansas State and Wichita State met on Sunday afternoon for the first time since 2003 in downtown Wichita at Intrust Bank Arena. Kansas State, led a strong defensive output, beat the Shockers 65-59. The Shockers have some concerns offensively and the guys discuss where WSU goes from here after this loss to an in-state team.- Time for some News and Notes on the show where the guys discuss some other important topics like Kansas Volleyball, Newman University basketball, Kansas basketball and Wichita Thunder hockey. - Our Wichita Whiparound honors the legendary Lynette Woodard who had the basketball court at North High named after her over the weekend, plus Blake gives a final update on high school football championships. Congratulations to the Andale Indians for a decisive 3A state title.- The show ends with Additions, Corrections and Retractions all about football coaching changes at both Kansas State and Kansas as well as Buck O'Neil finally being inducted in the Baseball HOF.Make sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode. You can listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Check out our new website at www.kogsports.com. Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod.Follow Blake @becripps & Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod
Curtis and Taylor ask which Seahawk needs a strong finish to a disappointing season, they look at UW and WSU's new head football coaches, and they break down what the addition of Robbie Ray and the MLB Lockout means for the Mariners in 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 2 - One projection has WSU as one of the last 4 in. Bruce poses the question, RIGHT NOW... would you take it? Some basketball talk followed by the Sports Daily Picks of the Week brought to you by State Farm. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Trending: Arson is up in Tacoma, and Seattle thieves get creative using a cellphone. WSU amplifies claim that farmer's markets, food charity are ‘white supremacy' in action. Seattle hopes new ideas will help clear crowded animal shelter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bryan Crowell is the COO at Peterson, Inc. Previously, he was a senior leader of the continuous improvement work at Intermountain Healthcare, the VP of Operations for ATK Armament Systems Group, headquartered in Clearfield Utah, and a former plant manager at Autoliv Airbag Module Plant in Ogden Utah. Bryan has had the opportunity to lead multiple organization through cultural transformation. With the combination of structure, processes and leadership behaviors Bryan has demonstrated the ability to engage all team members to drive results. Employees under Bryan's leadership and processes have implemented over 500K ideas being recognized as world class throughout industry. Mr. Crowell had the opportunity to set up the first model TPS area at the inflator facility for Autoliv, under the tutelage of Harada-san from Toyota for three years. He received a Bachelor in Physics from WSU, and an MBA from Utah State.
Bruce and Jacob take some time to preview the Shockers v. Cowboys tonight. WSU has an opportunity to get a win that could have implications all the way into March. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain welcome the new Washington Huskies football Head Coach Kalen DeBoer to talk about taking over the program, his staff and having a recruiting emphasis, Jake Haener, and the WSU rivalry, then the guys give their Fact or Fiction pick before chatting with University of Washington Athletic Director Jen Cohen about hiring Coach DeBoer, the qualities that made him the right person for the job and the hiring process over recent weeks.
Kalen DeBoer joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain at Husky Stadium to discuss taking over the Washington football program as the new Head Coach this morning, his mindset taking over at UW coming from Fresno State, the staff he is building, his former QB at Fresno, Jake Naener, plus last week's Apple Cup and postgame celebration by WSU.
A Friday in Seattle unlike any other for the Washington State Cougars. We discuss their thrashing of the Washington Huskies and what Jake Dickert's retention as the full-time head coach might mean for WSU. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's guest is Rob Gerlach. Rob is the executive director of tech transfer and commercialization at WSU. Rob basically helps take technology that is being created and innovated by students, faculty, and the community and turn it into products or services that can help make a real impact in people's […] The post Wichita Life Podcast #61 – Rob Gerlach – Executive Director of Tech Transfer & Commercialization at WSU appeared first on Wichita Life ICT.
John has his weekly chat with THE GROZ to react to the first Apple Cup win for WSU in 8 years, they look at what went wrong for the Huskies and where the Cougars go from here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John looks around the NFL with his callers before an exciting Week 13 lineup, including a look back at a mixed Thanksgiving slate of games and the WSU win in the Apple Cup. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 29 of the Nine Rails Arts Podcast, we gather around the virtual picnic table to discuss Vida, Muerte, Justicia / Life, Death, Justice, an exhibition of twenty-four Latin American and Latinx contemporary artists whose work responds to relevant themes in relation to social and racial justice. The exhibited artists offer local, national and international perspectives through multiple disciplines including painting, sculpture, photography, installation, performance, digital art and more. Vida, Muerte, Justicia / Life, Death, Justice is presented in partnership with Weber State University's Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery and is curated by Jorge Rojas and María del Mar González-González. We are joined by co-curators, Jorge Rojas and María del Mar González-González, as well as OCA executive director, Venessa Castagnoli, and the gallery director of WSU's Shaw Gallery, Lydia Gravis. Hosted by Todd Oberndorfer and produced by R. Brandon Long. Don't miss an episode of The Banyan Collective's Nine Rails Arts Podcast, as host and arts advocate, Todd Oberndorfer, explores what it means to be an adventurous creative. Hear the stories of Ogden's Nine Rails Creative District, recorded from the Banyan Collective studio, located in The Monarch Building in the heart of the creative district.
Rob Staton of SeahawksDraftBlog.com and The BBCjoins the show to discuss the 3-7 Seahawks, why he thinks Russell Wilson needs to be the guy who stays after this season, and more. Four Downs: will WSU keep their interim coach? The Timeline: an emotional return for one of the most important voices in all of sports. Then, what do we want to see happen in the Seattle sports scene before we return to the airwaves next Monday? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler is joined by Cam Cleeland, Greg Lewis, and Dick Baird for the weekly Husky Honks hour to find positives after another loss clinching no bowl game, the Apple Cup coming up Friday, what to do at quarterback against WSU, and news from Dick Baird.
Mkristo Bruce and Alex Brink are joined by old friend Jed Collins to discuss Rivalry Week. What does the Apple Cup mean to the players, and what's on the line for the Cougars this year? Ian breaks some sad news about Derek Sparks, and his battle with cancer.