Even within the context of the last three years, this last week has been a shocker for Aussie rugby. This week on the Green and Gold Rugby Show, Hugh, Matt and Jamie come together to debate the chaotic topic of Israel Folau and what his departure will mean for the Wallabies, with a little bit of Super Rugby thrown in for good measure.
In the second 2019 Playoffs edition of the Rip City Report podcast, Joe Freeman and Casey Holdahl discuss the Trail Blazers' victory versus the Thunder in Game One at the Moda Center, what they liked and didn’t like about Portland's performance, Enes Kanter's career game, Moe Harkless setting the tone with his defense, Paul George’s health and struggles, the Thunder running their offense through Steven Adams, play another round of "Walton or Oden," and finish by answering listener questions about the Blazers’ rotation, Jake Layman’s absence, staggering Lillard and McCollum’s minutes, Zach Collins, Game 2 adjustments and more.
This week on the Dubcast, Johnny and Beau break down the Ohio State spring game and revel in the return of the best show on television.
Thomas was joined by Adrienne Maduro and Jenna Chami to discuss all things football and give their perspective on being the female minority in the unique world of "Football Twitter."
Dave Biddle of Bucknuts 24/7 Joined The Bill King Show To Talk All Things Buckeyes Football-
Rog and Davo celebrate the opening of Minnesota United FC's new stadium, Allianz Field, with a litany of special guests, including Minnesota Viking Harrison Smith and head coach Adrian Heath.
What on earth happened on Saturday? Where did that 4-0 win against Swansea come from? ....the podcast team are at a bit of a loss but try to make sense of it anyway. The panel this week is David Fraser, Paul Finney, Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Alan Charles, who are also joined by former QPR striker striker Bradley Allen on the phone. Find us online at www.qprpod.co.uk on twitter twitter.com/QPRPod and facebook www.facebook.com/qprpod
It's time for us to once again give you a little taster of what you could have been listening to this week, had you taken the plunge and become a Second Captains World Service member. Leinster and Ireland legend Shane Horgan was in rare form looking ahead to this weekend's European Champions Cup semi-finals, as well as looking back 10 years, to the day when Leinster were nearly cheated out of their first Heineken Cup by the Harlequins 'bloodgate' controversy. And there's also Ken's politics podcast from last week, after he spoke to David Wallace-Wells, author of "The Uninhabitable Earth", about the looming disaster of climate change.
On the latest episode of Eurobash, Paul Craig discusses his next move after his stunning last minute submission win at UFC Philadelphia. "The Face of Bellator", Richard Kiely also joins the show to give his take on his upcoming striker vs. striker matchup with UFC veteran Galore Bofando at Bellator London. Peter Carroll and Niall McGrath look at the latest European MMA news.
Guest: Berry Tramel – The Oklahoman, Columnist John Canzano talks with Berry Tramel about what it’s like covering Russell Westbrook, who has had a running feud with the columnist. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Adrian Eames is joined by Johnny McDonnell, Longford Town boss Neale Fenn, Anthony Pyne and Marie Crowe to reflect on the weekend's domestic action, a ferociously competitive First Division and ask, what next for the FAI?
Host Samson Folk brings on the wonderful Katie Heindl to discuss the Raptors Game 2 Victory over the Magic. Mitchell Robinson Award: Michael Carter-Williams Reggie Evans Award: Pascal Siakam
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by SI's Chris Mannix to discuss Magic Johnson's impromptu resignation as the Lakers' president of basketball operations (4:05). Then Bill talks with Stugotz of 'The Dan Le Batard Show With Stugotz' about the tortured NY sports fan bases, Dwyane Wade's retirement, the NBA playoffs, and more (56:25).
Elis James, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Paolo Bandini discuss Tottenham’s resilience, Old Trafford’s shabbiness, Liverpool’s pressure valve release, Ajax’s vibrance and Diego Costa’s potential misunderstanding We look back at the last few days of football, starting with Tottenham’s 1-0 win over Manchester City. Harry Kane left the pitch limping shortly before Son Heung-min scored the only goal of the game. We tackle Manchester United’s defeat – their fourth in five games – at the hands of Barcelona, also by a single goal, and discuss their potential summer moves with a lot of players making noises near the exit door. Liverpool beat Porto 2-0, perhaps alleviating some of the pressure which has been building over recent weeks, and Ajax dominate at home for the second knockout round in a row - but for the second knockout round in a row, fail to take an advantage into the second leg, as Juventus hold them to a 1-1 draw. We also look at the midweek Football League action and look ahead to the Premier League fixtures this weekend. Back on Monday!
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