TOOOOOOORRRRR für den BVB! Marco Reus erlöst die Dortmunder nach einer schnittigen Flanke von Jadon Sancho! Das Stadion in Berlin steht Kopf und auf der Tafel steht der Siegtreffer zum 3:2!!!
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Ireland have had a miserable spring, and the scale of the 25-7 defeat to Wales on Saturday could hardly be over-stated. Why do the players lack composure? What has happened their skillset? Why are they so poor at comebacks? Is it time for a major overhaul of the game-plan? Gerry Thornley of the Irish Times and Mattie Williams try (12.50 mins) and take stock of where we are after two really depressing defeats at either end of the tournament. Is Joe Schmidt burnt out? Does he need help from outside the group, and have we, in fact, become a bad team overnight - we try and supply some answers. Ken gives his reaction (6.15 mins) to the news over the weekend that John Delaney loaned the FAI €100,000 of his own money to solve a short-term cash-flow problem in the association. Plus there's Owen Farrell's Jedi mind trick, Corofin's All-Ireland final brilliance on St Patrick's Day, and Eoin reheats a McTepid Take first aired while under the influence...
CBB Conference Tournament Bonus Podcast. SleepyJ and Dave Essler break down Friday's CBB card from A to Z.
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Barney Ronay discuss a comeback in Swansea, convenient paths for Manchester City, Liverpool going top, Chelsea slipping up, Zidane back with a bang and more We look back at the weekend of football just gone, starting with the FA Cup and Manchester City’s 3-2 comeback win at Swansea. Also making their way through to the semi-finals at Wembley were Watford, Brighton and Wolves, who saw off a lacklustre Manchester United. We round up the Premier League action, with Liverpool going back top, Huddersfield scoring three and still losing and Wes Morgan setting an unlikely record. In part three, we round up the best of the action across Europe, with Sid Lowe, Paolo Bandini and Archie Rhind-Tutt bringing us up to date on Spain, Italy and Germany respectively. Back on Thursday!
Bud and Ingram discuss FSU's new QB transfer, improvements on the offensive line, are joined by Tomahawk Nation's Matt Minnick to discuss the FSU basketball and answer some listener questions!
Join Phil & Sid in Madrid for this latest edition of #tsfp as we discuss all the headlines from Matchday 28 in LaLiga. For more, head to patreon.com/tsfp.
Fasnacht nach dem Punktgewinn in Basel (2:2)
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Listen to the final out of Jake Kuchmaner's perfect game at Maryland, the first perfect game in ECU Baseball history, as heard on the Pirate Sports Network from Learfield IMG College.
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Rog and Davo trade roles while recapping Everton's emphatic El Blazerico victory. Plus, Liverpool survives a nervy affair at Fulham to go top of the league. And, the magic of the FA Cup.
It's Brendan's birthday and he celebrates by firing everyone. Also, the guys talk celebs who do blow, pheasant hunting, what type of Miami everyone is, Bryan's medically checked balls, Brendan's semen samples, Tiger Woods and Ghandi's sex life, celebs on testosterone therapy, Carl Weathers, Australian senator egged, buff monkey, DMX preaching and more!
On the latest episode of Eurobash, Leon Edwards campaigns for a clash with Jorge Masvidal following their #UFCLondon altercation, Molly McCann gives an update on her eye injury and Fabian Edwards gives his take on his brother's exchange with Masvidal. Peter Carroll and Niall McGrath look at the latest news in European MMA.
Steve and Gordo talk about the WorldSBK round at Buriram, Thailand.
Carey, Bob and Eddie have been in full spring football, NFL draft mode over the past few days and have a lot of updates on the latest going on with everything football in Norman. We're just coming off OU's Pro Day where Kyler Murray finally did something. We talk about more than just Kyler Murray and hear from Lincoln Riley, Murray and even Marquise Brown. The Sooners are three practices in to spring football and Lincoln Riley updates us on the progress of the defense, his impressions of Jalen Hurts and he talks about the young receivers that have come into the program. It's an information packed pod that recaps the last two days of wall-to-wall action inside the OU football program. The full rundown is below: OPEN: Eddie survived New Orleans and every bachelor party ends the same way 0:07:15 - Pro Day started without Kyler Murray not getting measured for height again. Conspiracy theories starting again? 0:13:00 - Why are the olds causing so much trouble with Kyler? Charile Casserly 0:16:00 - We just really, really, really wanted to know how fast Kyler Murray is 0:19:15 - Lincoln Riley seemed to have his fingerprints on OU's players and their paths to the NFL 0:24:20 - Baker Mayfield's Pro Day vs. Kyler Murray's Pro Day 0:29:20 - The players who didn't work out. Marquise Brown and Rodney Anderson 0:33:05 - Read anything into Arizona not being at Kyler's Pro Day? 0:35:45 - Curtis Bolton had a good day 0:38:55 - Spring Football. Lincoln Riley's update on the defense. What we're learning 0:44:10 - Riley talks about his young receivers that have come in. Who could make the biggest impact? 0:47:04 - Lincoln Riley and Bill Bedenbaugh talk about a young OL in spring practices 0:50:40 - R.J. Proctor addition discussed 0:53:50 - The Jalen Hurts report. Lincoln Riley talks about the transition 0:58:30 - New Orleans Rivals camp is coming up and Josh will be there 1:02:20 - The Brayden Willis h-back era is about to begin
Lansing State Journal columnist Graham Couch and Detroit Free Press Michigan State beat writer Chris Solari are back from the Big Ten tournament in Chicago, just in time to leave again for Des Moines and the Spartans' NCAA tournament games. But before they depart, Graham and Chris discuss: - MSU's NCAA tournament draw, where it'll play Bradley and be in the same region as Duke (1:49) - How Kyle Ahrens' injury impacts the team going forward (12:27) - Nick Ward's return to the team after the left-hand injury (14:51) - The Spartans' win over Michigan in the Big Ten tournament title game (17:11) - Preview the Bradley game (23:32) - Predictions for the Bradley game and potential second-round game between Minnesota and Louisville, and make Final Four/national title picks (25:33).
The podcast crew is back with Episode 153, on Selection Sunday! With Sam on travel, the guys break down Duke's overall #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. They are then joined by Matt Burr of WXDU Sports to discuss the Blue Devils cutting down the nets in Charlotte as ACC Tournament Champions. They end with Player of the Week (this week, we do Unsung Hero) and Parting Shots. Timestamps 0:15 - Hello! Sponsors! Selection Sunday! 2:16 - Sam helps us break down the bracket - Duke gets the East and the #1 overall seed 8:04 - Jason leads us in a rant about how the committee screwed Duke by placing a conference foe in their region 16:48 - Donald rails against the NET rankings 18:43 - Jason says NC State’s nonconference strength of schedule is why the ACC didn’t get 9 teams 26:00 - Final Four picks (we have every right to change them or be wrong) 29:28 - DBR Bracket Challenge! (https://forums.dukebasketballreport.com/forums/showthread.php?43446-2019-DBR-Bracket-Challenge) 30:24 - Byrd Campbell means business! 30:59 - We recap the ACC Tournament - We say goodbye to Sam and welcome Matt Burr from WXDU Sports! 33:33 - We talk about how great Zion was 43:21 - We discuss the players not named Zion that also helped Duke win the ACC title 1:00:13 - GTHCGTH.com - your place for all things that scream “Go To Hell Carolina, Go To Hell!” 1:01:08 - POW - Duh, Zion. Instead, we do Unsung Hero of the Week. Jason, Donald - Tre Jones, Matt - Jordan Goldwire 1:04:56 - Parting Shots 1:05:01 - Jason discusses the All ACC teams and “Killers Kill” 1:07:50 - Matt discusses a moment where Zion Williamson discusses his mom’s influence on him and the emotions surrounding his knee injury 1:11:20 - Donald laments that we only have a few games left with this team and stresses to everyone: enjoy this ride we’re going on during March Madness. 1:14:24 - Thanks Matt for joining us! Find him online at WXDU.org or @WXDUSports on Twitter. 1:15:32 - Goodbye and Duke Band!
David and Neil discuss an eventful MotoGP season-opener under the lights of Qatar. Welcome back to MotoGP racing season!