Michael Citro and Chip Minnich analyze Ohio State's 59-7 dismantling of the Akron Zips and discuss who graded out as champions. They also talk about a pair of linebackers who left the team this week and the weekly results around the Big Ten. And they preview the upcoming game against Rutgers on the road with Greg Patuto from the On the Banks blog.
Remember to subscribe to all of our feeds across all platforms - Subscribe to our Youtube Page: Click the all notifications bell, like our videos, and comment on our videos - Subscribe to our podcast network on the platform of your choice: Rate our channel and our content high - Follow our Facebook page and Join our Facebook Community: Share, like, and comment on our posts - Follow us on Twitter: retweet, like, and comment on our posts - Follow us on Instagram: share, like, and comment on our posts Remember to tell the members of Buckeye Nation in your circle all about our sports bar check out https://linktr.ee/buckeyebartalk to find our content across all of our links On this Episode: - CJ Stroud got to rest this week; took Mccord some time to settle in but he ended up looking good. Miller looked good himself in the second half - Strategy still needs to be going forward that regardless of the QB, run the ball to set up the pass - Henderson has every skill you are looking for to be a great running back; very easily could be the best ever at the school and thats crazy to say this early but true - After a couple series we finally saw the defense we want to see - The Zone defense just works better for this team, it allows them to react to the ball without thinking as much - Defensive line looked better as the were in the Akron backfield all game - Can not wait to see this zone continue to improve against better offenses - The KVaughan Pope situation was an unfortunate one, it is obvious the coaching staff has decided to give their younger guys that they recruited the chance over the older guys that have been kind off lost on the bench Remember https://linktr.ee/buckeyebartalk for our content --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buckeye-bar-talk/support
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz recap last Saturday's 59-7 victory over the Akron Zips on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we discuss how the Buckeye's overall performance against the Akron Zips, talk about how Kyle McCord started at Quarterback, and how linebacker K'Vaughan Pope quit the Buckeyes mid-game Saturday night.
The hosts are new, but the sarcasm hasn't changed a bit. Join Gene Ross and Josh Dooley all year long as they break down everything going on in Buckeye Nation on Land-Grant Holy Land's flagship podcast. On today's episode, LGHL's Matt Tamanini joins Josh Dooley as Gene Ross was out for the week. They discuss the Buckeyes' bounce-back game against Tulsa, and whether or not you can actually learn anything from blow out wins against inferior opponents. The pair also get into the difficult situation of K'Vaughan Pope seemingly quitting mid-game. Over all, Matt and Josh liked what they saw against the Zips, even though they realize that they are a really bad team, and hope that the aggression and joy that the team played with on Saturday carries forward into the Big Ten gauntlet. Connect with the Podcast: Twitter: @HolyLandPod Connect with Josh: Twitter: @jdooleybuckeye Connect with Matt Tamanini Twitter: @BWWMatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Happy Football Friday!! Buckeyes prepare for Zips, how will the QBs look, The Athletic's Ben Baldwin at 12:33pm for NFL, Overs & Unders at 12:48pm, how will the banged-up Steelers look, OBJ is back, CFB Picks at 1:33pm, Tim May joins for the Buckeye Bulletin, and Big Game Preview we welcome in Akron Beacon-Journal's George Thomas at 2:33pm!
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz discuss how head football coach Ryan Day announced that quarterback C.J. Stroud will rest in this Saturday's coming game against the Akron Zips. Next, we speculate who we think we will see at the quarterback position and whether it will be true freshman Kyle McCord or redshirt freshman Jack Miller. Finally, we preview what we can expect to see against the Zips in the upcoming matchup.
On today's episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I am joined as always by Jordan Williams who get into the huge announcement Ryan Day made on Thursday. Ohio State will have a new starting quarterback for their game against Akron and the guys discuss. The episode original episode was recorded Wednesday, so you can see the rest of our conversation from earlier in the week regarding the quarterbacks as well, but the remainder of the show is basically bullying Akron, Moving forward, we get into a discussion about what Ohio State needs to do against Akron to get back on the right track and it all starts with executing better on both sides of the football. We continue that discussion with what the defense can do to keep improving as the weeks go on and what the last thing before conference play that we want to see from them is. Lastly, we discuss Akron and how Ohio State greatly outmatched the Zips. What challenges can they provide? That question does not have a great answer because Ohio State should walk out on the field and sleep walk to a win. We closeout the show by discussing what Ohio State has to gain from this game and how excited we are for it. Lastly, we make our score predictions and we discuss a lot for you guys to listen to leading up to that huge night game. Connect with the Show Twitter: @BuckOffPod Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Connect with Jordan Williams Twitter: @JordanW330 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is an episode of the Big Me Kickoff podcast with Kevin Noon that we're also sharing as a special bonus episode for Morning Scoop subscribers. Kevin is joined by Tom Orr, the host of The Morning Scoop, to discuss some major news that broke Thursday afternoon. CJ Stroud has not practiced this week, and will only be used in an emergency this weekend against Akron. That means the Buckeyes will have a first-time starter at quarterback against the Zips.- Will Jack Miller or Kyle McCord be the starter on Saturday?- How will the coaching staff try to set them up for a successful night?- Is it possible that they play so well that they win the starting job away from Stroud?If you enjoy this special bonus episode, please subscribe to "Big Me Kickoff" on your podcast platform of choice.
Ryan Day picked C.J. Stroud to be Ohio State football's next starting quarterback. He also built up a room filled with five-stars and top 100 recruits so that he always had options. Stroud has had moments of greatness but has also gone through plenty of growing pains. But through three weeks it's not exactly a no-brainer that he's the long-term solution. A game against Akron potentially provides a chance for Kyle McCord and Jack Miller to get their first snaps of the season and finally throw a college pass. But there's a fine line Day must walk in throwing out the other options, especially if the one he picked isn't 100 percent healthy.As the Buckeyes prepare to face the Zips, Stephen Means, Nathan Baird and Doug Lesmerise OSU's quarterback situation on this Wednesday episode.Thanks as always for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ohio State Football beat reporter Joey Kaufman speaks with George Thomas from the Akron Beacon Journal on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra football podcast. During this edition we preview Saturday's matchup between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Akron Zips. Next, we talk about what we can expect to see on the field and provide our prediction on who we think will be victorious.
Michael Citro and Chip Minnich analyze Ohio State's 41-20 win over Tulsa, discuss the continued problems with the OSU defense, run through the other Big Ten results from the weekend and prepare for the Akron Zips' visit to Ohio Stadium.
Ezúttal is a továbbiak. Iratkozzanak fel! 00.00: Borízű hang interkontinentál. 01.20: Mi a helyzet Kamala-alsón? 04.00: Igazságot a szexrabszolgaság intézményének! Jó könyv az ázsiai szexturizmusról. 07.00: Winkler apósa és felesége kipróbálta a thai masszázst, váratlan eredménnyel. 09.00: Az egyetlen magyar dolog Phuketen. 12.30: Izraelieknél azért figyelni kell! 13.00: Zalatnay Cini lesz az első börtönviselt lovagkeresztes művész? Kedvenc Zalatnay-számod? Playboy, 2001. június! :DD 16.30: Maradt 60+-os művész a NER-en kívül? 16.50: Hobó, a popzene Merkely Bélája. 17.20: Extázis 5-10-ig. Konkrétan Földes László szereplése. 21.30: A gyermek Winkler első rockkoncertje. 23.10: Tudod, hogy van Ozzy Osbourne? Érzékenyüljön el ön is Ozzy tavalyi dalától! 27.50: Védjétek meg a Kisst! 29.50: Minden séf NER-séf? 33.30: Amikor a Michelin Guide elindult… (A hivatkozott MBT-interjú.) 34.35: Honnan tájékozódtok az éttermekről? Phuketi kajapornó. Egyébként van helyi Michelin. 35.50: A legjobb angol nyelvű független gasztrooldal Budapestről. 37.00: Phuket, Central Plaza, zseniális foodcourttal. Bede élőben orgazmust színlel. 40.00: Napi orákulum: a New York-i zsidó hegedűs népzenegyűjtő japán feleséggel a Klauzál térről. 41.30: A legjobb helyek Miskolcon: Dűlő, Világbéke, Desszertem, pisztrángos, Zips. 46.08: A NER Top 10 kártékony balfaszát összeszedhetnéd egyszer… 48.00: Ki az MSZP arca? 50.30: Az itt következő rész akkor igazán vicces, ha tudod, hogy Uj Péter valójában azon gondolkozik lázasan, lebukik-e otthon az eleddig illegálisan végzett motortanfolyammal, vagy a felesége továbbra se hallgatja a Borízű Hangot. „Nagyon szeretem ezt a bójakerülgetést”, mi?! :DD 55.20: Nem a robogózás életveszélyes, hanem a box jellyfish, magyarul kockamedúza. Az izraeli fiú, akit megcsípett. Az irakundji szindróma, a létező legborzalmasabb mérgezés. 57.00: Zalatnay Sarolta pszichedelikus drogot népszerűsít a hatvanas években.
After falling behind by two touchdowns at Akron, Temple woke up and grabbed its first win of the season last week against the Zips. Now the Owls will have a much tougher test in their home opener against Boston College. Can the Owls pull off the upset with BC starting quarterback Phil Jurkovec out of the lineup and potentially lost for the season with a hand injury? Was routing a team like Akron exactly what Temple needed to wake up? John DiCarlo and Sam Cohn answered those questions, as well as several more from the mailbag, and even talked some basketball, too.
Noah Gardner and Lance Dawe give a scouting report on Auburn's first opponent: Akron. What are the Zips strengths and weaknesses? They speak with Zac Blackerby of the Locked On Auburn podcast to break down Saturday's season opener and Auburn's newly-released depth chart. What can we expect from Auburn schematically on Saturday? They pick the UAB-Jacksonville State game as Week 1 kicks off on Wednesday night. All that and more on the Wednesday edition of On the Line.
Van and John preview the opening game of the 2021 season, against the Akron Zips, as well as revealing where the name "Zips" came from. Jarrod returns with another great "Guess the Game," and there are lots of great listener questions--plus Around the SEC! Our new AU Football book! WE BELIEVED: A LIFETIME OF AUBURN FOOTBALL is now on sale at www.auwishbone.com Order direct from Amazon here! Be a part of the AU Wishbone Family by becoming a patron of the shows: https://www.patreon.com/vanallenplexico A proud member of the War Eagle Reader family. Brought to you by White Rocket Entertainment. www.auwishbone.com www.plexico.net Join us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3IQGWpVOTQEpUW4JbSDvOw
Eine kulinarische Reise zu den Karpatendeutschen in Preßburg, dem Hauerland und der Zips. Dieser Ohrenschmaus wird garniert mit Gedanken einer 96-jährigen Preßburgerin zu Apfelkuchen, Halušky und Wein. Dazu eine Prise Mundarten der deutschen Minderheit aus dem Hauerland. Serviert mit musikalischen Eindrücken von den Sommerfesten der Karpatendeutschen in der Slowakei.
Today: And thus continues our story of our road trip to Montana; we last left off in Pullman and now is the tale of heading to Montana, adventures along the way, best huckleberry shake, everything silver, Pearl Jam beer and car tours, and more! Have a great day all!
Welcome back subWUFers and fans of the Zips! On today's episode, Josh and Jason sit down with Chris from Vlogging Through History. Join them as they chat about VTH, Chris's inspiration, "Star Trek", if a pennant is a flag, "Murdoch Mysteries", fun history facts, Adam Driver, and more. Plus, they also rank their Top 5 favorite historical films. Why did Chris start his channel? Did you favorite historical film make our lists? Does Jason listen to the podcast? Tune in to find out! Follow Vlogging Through History on: Twitter at @thehistoryguy25 Instagram at @vloggingthroughhistory & YouTube Vlogging Through History Follow Jason: Instagram @simpstagrams Twitter @aboySimpson Check out 'The Dragon Prince' on Netflix & at thedragonprince.com Special Thanks to this week's sponsor Wild Bill's Soda! Enjoy crisp unique olde fashioned soda flavors anytime with Wild Bill's. Head over to drinkwildbills.com and use code FANDOM10 to get 10% off your purchase! Thanks to One Outta Ten for supplying the music for this episode. Check them out on: Instagram @one_outta_ten Spotify at One Outta Ten Do you have suggestions for the show? Do have specific voice actor or creator that you would like us to interview? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to shoot us an email HERE. Be sure to head over to our website AnimationStationPodcast.com to check out both What's Up, Fandom & Animation Station Podcast episodes. If you enjoy the show, please rate and review! Follow the show on: Instagram @WhatsUpFandom Twitter @WhatsUpFandomPC YouTube What's Up, Fandom Podcast Follow Josh @JoshLCain Tags: podcast, podcasts, movies, tv, comics, popculture, fandom, history, youtube, vlogging, vloggingthroughhistory, startrek, starwars, ohio, akron, glory, thelongestday, gladiator, thekingsspeech, lincoln, adamdriver
A new MP3 sermon from Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Beginning of the Gospel Subtitle: Special Speaker: Price Jones Broadcaster: Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 6/13/2021 Bible: Mark 1:1-13 Length: 36 min.
It was an emotional outing for stage winner Matej Mohoric, who made his feelings known about the well-documented police raid on the Bahrain-Victorious team hotel on finishing first in Libourne. His zipping-of-the-mouth gesture as he crossed the line recalled that of the disgraced Lance Armstrong back in 2004, and has thus divided opinion in the court of public opinion. But the likeable Slovenian receives broad support from Ned, Matt, David, Pete and Chris, who explain why in the latest episode of the pod. We also hear from the man himself, as well as Tadeg Pogacar and an unusually chipper and positive Mark Cavendish.
Gary Newbold returns for this episode to talk around the topic of "buy better, buy less", what choices we make in how things are made, which fabrics we use, what it's like to work in the clothing business and more. There is a lot of talk of which fabrics and fibres we should avoid, but which should we seek out? This is probably the most ASMR episode yet, for those in the know.You can find English Utopia on Instagram as @englishutopia and on the web as englishutopia.com.Nick Johannessen is the host of Garmology, the editor of the WellDressedDad blog and WellDressedDad on Instagram. You can email Nick as WellDressedDad (at) Gmail.com.
The College Football Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues it's 130 college football team preview with the Akron Zips season preview. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) are joined by Akron Zips football and basketball color analyst & Host of the Big Time Sports Radio Show Joe Dunn. How will Tom Arth do in his 3rd season with the Zips? Will getting quarterback Kato Nelson from injury be the difference for the Zips? Will Teon Dollard continue to shred MAC defenses? Can the Zips improve their run defense? We talk it all on this special edition Akron Zips episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app for your chance to win $1000 - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | GetRoman.com/SGP | PropSwap.com code “SGP”
Dan Szymborski, baseball analytics expert and writer for FanGraphs, joins the show to talk about his work in data analytics. As a baseball fan, he started doing calculations at the age of 10 and was active on Usenet groups in the 1990s. This later led to his ZiPS projection system for baseball players, and Dan describes how this works. He also talks about more recent work with StatCast data and which team will win the 2021 World Series.
A new MP3 sermon from Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Threefold Division of the Law: Civil Subtitle: Special Speaker: Jason Delgado Broadcaster: Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/2/2021 Bible: Exodus 20; Hebrews 11-13 Length: 52 min.
A new MP3 sermon from Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Unless You Repent, You Will All Likewise Perish Subtitle: Special Speaker: Josh Knickerbocker Broadcaster: Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/23/2021 Bible: Luke 12:4-5; Luke 13:1-9 Length: 40 min.
ON (WARD) FASHION, the podcast of business solutions for sustainable fashion, receives Birgit Freundorfer - Head of Design at Adidas - and Mike Joyce - CEO of the company PrimaLoft, to talk about the first jacket in recycled PET single-material, outdoor and technical, returnable and fully recyclable.When we launched the podcast two years ago, sustainable fashion was still a niche topic. Our first guests were young entrepreneurs often considered as dreamers, artisans and anonymous brands, activists for ethical fashion and against global warming. Today, if we have the great honor of sharing a round table with Birgit Freundorfer - Head of Design at Adidas - and Mike Joyce - CEO of the company PrimaLoft, it is not so much because we have become very famous but because that sustainability is now a central issue for every brand. The ecological transition is underway, it is long, expensive and tedious. The conventional brands that the sportswear giants are aware of: "With great power comes great responsibility."This episode is available in the original version, but it has also been translated in the French, you will find it following this one on your podcast app.Adidas x Primaloft x Parley For The Oceans, the Futurecraft.loop Anorak projectIn this round table, we discuss an unprecedented cooperation between these two brands, Adidas, a sportswear and outdoor giant whose sub-division Adidas Terrex is the pole dedicated to technical outdoor clothing, and Primaloft, based in the United States, world leader in the development of technological and innovative solutions in terms of insulation and high performance textiles, which works with more than 900 leading brands in the outdoor, fashion, home, workwear sectors, etc.In association with Parley for the Oceans, the Futurecraft.loop Anorak project questions the classic process for a product, from all points of view: it is eco-designed, mono-material, the sourcing is different, the traceability is integral and enabled by a QR code, the economic model also new, introducing the deposit and 100% recyclability.The Futurecraft.loop anorak: the first recycled and 100% recyclable mono-material technical jacketCreated to reduce plastic waste and not create it, the Futurecraft.loop anorak is the first fully reusable outdoor clothing prototype from Adidas Terrex. It was designed to be returnable to be returned to the brand after use and recycled in its entirety, Adidas’s first finger in the cycle of the circular economy. This jacket is made up of 3 technical layers and a yarn, all of which are made from the same material, a recycled polyester composite from 12 plastic bottles for jackets, developed by Primaloft.This jacket is a technical, insulating and waterproof product, developed by Parley For The Ocean for sourcing and Primaloft. Zips, rivets, buttons, hook and loop, press studs: all excess trim and details have been removed to allow easy recycling without deconstruction. For this reason, it is an anorak to put on like a pullover and not a jacket, in the literal sense of the cut of the garment (it does not close in front so as not to have to resort to a system. traditional closure). It is also "no dye": the material retains its natural color (a fairly bright, basely white), which saves water quality, energy and fewer chemicals.A pilot test program for 50 people around the world, of which The Good Goods was a part!To test the design, performance, feel, recycling concept and return process, between February and April 2021, Adidas Terrex teamed up with a select group of 50 designers from around the world. The Good Goods was fortunate enough to be one of these 50 elected officials! For six weeks, we wore the jacket in multiple conditions and gave our opinion in 4 satisfaction and suggestion questionnaires (we were not paid for that, nor for this article).We then returned the product to the brand to test its recycling... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A new MP3 sermon from Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Threefold Division of the Law: Ceremonial Subtitle: Special Speaker: Jason Delgado Broadcaster: Sovereign Joy Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 4/25/2021 Bible: Exodus 20; Hebrews 10 Length: 50 min.
On today's episode, George and Sam welcome sweater theorist Lily Marotta on to explain the toxic cycle of men wearing quarter-zips at the holidays. Plus, should Dunkin' release their own version of bone broth? How many Chromatica t-shirts is too many? And if Lily's girlfriend is still on Tumblr, how can we know she is not from the past? The answers may surprise you. But devil's advocate, they also might not surprise you.
Stream Date: 4/22/2021Josh, Jim, and Bennett discuss the good luck bad weather in Cleveland brought to the Chicago White Sox. Now with the ability to reset their rotation, the White Sox start a nine-game homestand with the Texas Rangers visiting first. Which means the return of Dane Dunning. How will he fare against the White Sox in his revenge start? Can Dylan Cease outduel the former Sox? Those topics and more discussed in this episode of Sox Machine Live!
Pesach and Scott (with an assist from Moshe Schorr) have a terrific conversation with noted Fangraphs scribe Dan Szymborski about projections (remember, he created ZiPS), the upcoming CBA negotiations, rule changes, narratives for the upcoming season, how he got his job (we know, every listener is probably jealous), the differences between fWAR and bWAR, the place of the Negro Leagues in baseball history, his favorite baseball books, and more. Join the Baseball Rabbi team as a Patreon subscriber! Go to https://www.patreon.com/baseballrabbipodcast for bonus episodes, Baseball Rabbi merch, and more!
Casey is joined by Fangraphs writer, introvert, and mostly non-politically (publicly) Dan Szymborski. They talk about parenting, Dan's upbringing, Dan's quarantine gaming habits, the challenges caused by a shortened 2020 MLB season when it comes to Dan's ZiPs projections, and a whole lot more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nobodylikescaseymclain/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nobodylikescaseymclain/support
Juan Soto podría terminar en Cooperstown como un inmortal. Una reciente proyección de ZIPS, muestra que el joven talento de los Nacionales de Washington, podría pegar casi 600 HOME RUNS en su carrera y poner números de espanto en su palmarés de Grandes Ligas.
Você sabe qual o papel de um CTO? Será que essa pessoa faz a mesma coisa em todas as empresas? E um CPO? Um papo sobre produto e tecnologia! Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que mexeu com PHP no século passadoFernando Santos, CPO da Conta SimplesLudmila Pontremolez, CTO da ZipSérgio Lopes, CTO e CPO do Grupo AluraRoberta Arcoverde, a co-host que é a única que não tem um C no cargo Links: Inscreva-se na mais que famosa newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.br === Caelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
With baseball season just around the corner, projections have been making headlines. Dan Szymborski of FanGraphs joins Jonnie Nonnie and NWI Steve for a breakdown of how ZiPS views the White Sox heading into the 2021 season. -- Sox On Tap is presented by OnTapSportsNet.com and MANSCAPED. For 20% off your order and Free Shipping, go to Manscaped.com and use the promo code ONTAP. -- Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @SoxOnTap | @OnTapSportsNet Panelists: @NonnieJonnie | @NWI_Steve1
In this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome in Akron head coach John Groce. Topics of discussion include: Managing COVID-19 as the Zips didn't start play until Dec. 12 MAC leading scorer Cristian Jackson Bryan Trimble's presence on the perimeter Coach Groce's philosophy of implementation of the three-point field goal ... and much more! About the Hosts: Blake Lovell has over 10 years of experience in sports media. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Rivals, Scout.com, Time Warner Cable, and many more. He covers national college basketball for College Hoops Watch and is the founder of SoutheastHoops.com. He’s also a member of the USBWA. You can follow him on Twitter @theblakelovell. Ken Cross has a plethora of experience over 23 years in both print and broadcast journalism. He has worked in some capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio and many more. This includes coverage of college football, college basketball, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, and the Tampa Bay Lightning. His print and internet experiences include a college basketball writer and internet writer for Lindy’s Sports Annuals and www.lindyssports.com, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Field Level Media, and Rivals.com. He’s the founder and editor of collegehoopswatch.com. You can follow him on Twitter @KennyBuckets333.
Episode 177 with Ryan Ferguson. 2021 is the year of music (1:38), sports betting (4:45), Ryan joins the show (9:22) and talks about burger love (11:26), soggy burger buns (16:30), and his Zips thoughts (19:55). Plus some NFL and NBA thoughts to wrap up the podcast (33:45).
Buxton is an electric talent, capable of changing games with every facet of his game. Injuries have plagued the former top prospect's career, though, placing doubt whether he'll ever play enough to make a serious impact on the Twins' pursuit of a World Series. What can we expect from the best defensive centerfielder in baseball in 2021? What does ZiPS see in his forecast? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Cubs trade Yu Darvish for an underwhelming prospect haul from the San Diego Padres. The rebuild has begun, but this time we don't know what the plan is. The ownership is making moves because they are being cheap, and we are not happy about it. We also look at the Zips projections for this season, and for the first time in quite awhile they don't look encouraging.
The 2021 ZiPS projections are out and we dug deep into the numbers of Christian Yelich, Keston Hiura, Devin Williams and others. After that, we looked at the completion of the Knebel trade, discussed the Brewers return to AAA Nashville as well as ballpark food we can't wait to get back to. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Save 20% in the Karben4 webstore with the promo code MKETailgate. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message
Dan Szymborski (FanGraphs, ZiPs) returns to talk 2021 projections, mock the Rockies, and speculate about Norwegian cheeses. Plus tales: Lefty Gove has some earned sarcasm and a second baseman named Pep strikes out (a lot).TABLE OF CONTENTSLefty Grove’s Snappy Answers to Stupid Comments*A Note on the Passing Dick Allen*Personal Note: A Death in the Family/Your Rights vs. Mine*Lem-Pep and the Five Ks*Dan Szymborski: ZiPS, the Actuarial Tables, and the Old Ty Cobb Joke*The Question No One Asked Wade Boggs*Those Vexing Rockies*The Inevitable Ian Desmond First Guess (Luke Voit, Thick First Baseman)*OBP in a Hitter’s Park*The Dahl Non-Tender/If the Rockies Had Randy Arozarena*Maikel Franco’s ZiPs Comps and Other Non-Indicators of Destiny*The Archetype of the Quad-A Catcher*The Ted Williams Comp*All Great Players Are Different*Doug Newstrom? Ron Coomer?*Ronald Acuna and Jose Canseco*Editors/“Braveheart” and Unforced Errors in Historical Fiction*Too-Granular Questions About Projections*Will Smith (The Catcher) Projections and Willful Changes to Playing Style*2021 Error Bars*FanGraphs Health Check*Against Cincinnati Chili*Cheeses*Goodbyes.The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game’s present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they’ll try to solve the puzzle that is the Infinite Inning: How do you find the joy in life when you can’t get anybody out?