This week on the Dubcast, Johnny and Beau take a look at the leader of Ohio State's athletic department, Gene Smith.
John Kenny, Anthony Pyne and Marie Crowe are joined on this week's podcast by former Liverpool player Ray Houghton who looks ahead to Reds' clash with Bayern Munich, while Paul Corry and Joey N'Do reflect on the opening weekend of LOI action.
We’re back with Episode 149 early on a Monday morning! On this episode, we recap the victory over NC State, we re-visit the comeback win against Louisville, and we preview the big games against UNC and Syracuse. As usual, we got Player of the Week honors and Parting Shots as well. Timestamps 0:00 - Hello! Sam is hosting this week and it’s real early 0:39 - Donald had trouble getting home from Nebraska, which is why we’re recording stupid early on a Monday 1:19 - Jason is sneaking this podcast in from work 1:57 - Thanks to Byrd Campbell and GTHCGTH.com, appropriate sponsors this week! 2:50 - Enter the code “DBR” at GTHCGTH.com to get 20% off your orders! 3:17 - We recap the victories over NC State and revisit the Louisville comeback 4:49 - We start with the NC State recap 5:10 - Donald wants to start with RJ Barrett with the 4th triple double in Duke history 6:15 - Donald touches on another incredible Zion Williamson performance 8:17 - Sam is impressed with Barrett’s triple double featuring no turnovers 8:54 - Jason has no idea what NC State was doing to stop Zion 13:07 - Jason also shows love for Marques Bolden’s performance against NC State 13:33 - Sam thinks NC State was invested in this game, but didn’t have the talent level 14:35 - Jason thinks Jack White had a good game 16:24 - Donald shouts out Javin DeLaurier for having a great defensive effort 17:08 - Sam wants to go back to the Louisville game because he was only on the lost recording 17:44 - Sam gets on a tangent about “uninspiring” Dino Gaudio 18:20 - Sam comments on the comeback and how the Louisville crowd was essentially silenced by Duke 20:12 - Jason gets his thoughts in about the Louisville comeback 22:42 - Jason recalls that Louisville almost blew an 8 point lead in under a minute against Clemson on Saturday 24:06 - Donald discusses what went wrong for Duke against Louisville before the comeback 25:00 - Donald says this comeback will be remembered in every detail just like Gone in 54/Miracle Minute 26:16 - Donald says he thought Duke would win when Cam hit the 3 to tie it 27:57 - Sam comments that Cam Reddish has been at the center of two great moments for Duke this year 28:15 - Jason recalls a great stat about Cam’s 3 point shooting when we’re up and when we’re behind 30:37 - Donald notes it’s very rare for a team to come all the way back from a huge deficit and then lose 31:35 - Thank you GTHCGTH.com! Again, you get 20% off all orders with the promo code “DBR” 32:44 - We begin the preview of UNC 33:00 - Jason talks about Coby White and how UNC is great at rebounding, scoring, and shooting 3s 38:23 - Sam agrees with Jason, but also notes that Duke is great in rebounding and scoring as well 40:24 - Donald thinks the rebounding matchup is the most important and can determine the game 42:08 - Donald - we need to make it where Cameron is the X-factor and we’re winning every 50/50 battle 43:21 - We preview the rematch against Syracuse 43:55 - Donald - shot selection and limiting Tyus Battle and Elijah Hughes is the key to beating the Orange 46:06 - Jason - Syracuse is going to have a tough time the rest of the season, and we want revenge to close out our gauntlet 48:40 - Sam thinks Syracuse will need this win to separate themselves from the pack 49:52 - Thank you Byrd Campbell! ByrdCampbell.com 50:28 - Player of the Week! Jason - RJ Barrett; Donald and Sam - Zion 52:40 - Parting Shots - Donald attended the Nebraska-Northwestern basketball game, and it was very mediocre 55:47 - Parting Shots - Jason talks about the new 20-game ACC schedule 57:00 - Parting Shots - Jason recaps the NBA All Star Game skills competitions and Jayson Tatum winning the Skills Challenge 59:41 - Parting Shots - Sam loved all the former players who came back to Cameron for the game 1:00:48 - Goodbye and Duke Band!
Part one of two chats with legendendary Newcastle United number 9 Malcolm McDonald . Micky and Wallace sit down with ’Super Mac’, to discuss his time at NUFC. Thanks again to Steve Wraith and Newcastle Legends for letting us meet up with and talk to Malcolm. This podcast is supported by our Patreons who pay £5 per month for up to 20 extra NUFC podcasts: www.patreon.com/tfpodcast
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Philippe Auclair and Lars Sivertsen discuss Solskjær’s stumble, Wembley’s rumble, a momentous first Champions League VAR, Declan Rice’s defection to England and the passings of two football legends We look back at the last couple of days of football, starting with PSG inflicting the first defeat of Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s tenure as Manchester United boss, as they take a 2-0 scoreline back to the Parc des Princes in three weeks time. Spurs were far happier with their lot - they beat Borussia Dortmund 3-0 at Wembley with both teams missing key players. Real Madrid and Roma take slimmer margins into their second leg ties - beating Ajax and Porto respectively by two goals to one. We pay tribute to Gordon Banks, six-time winner of the Fifa Goalkeeper of the Year award, and Eric Harrison, credited with being a key component of the success of Manchester United’s Class of ‘92. In part three we look ahead to the FA Cup ties this weekend and talk Aaron Ramsey, Martin Skrtel and Jordon Mutch who may (or may not) have joined a team nicknamed The Fisters. Back on Monday!
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As he reports to 2019 spring training, three-time All-Star threw his support behind the Atlanta Braves front office after a relatively quiet offseason in the hyperactive NL East. Zach Dillard and Cory McCartney discuss his comments, Ronald Acuña Jr. wanting to stay at leadoff and more.
Free Press sports writer Anthony Fenech opens another Detroit Tigers season with the return of the podcast. A brief outlook of the season from Lakeland, Fla., as spring training is in its first week.
In this episode of the Choctaw Casino & Resort Unofficial 40 podcast, we talk about everything that has happened behind the scenes with freshman Ron Tatum who has entered the NCAA's transfer portal. Is there a chance for a return to OU? We also talk about Kyler Murray's future in the NFL now that he is all in for the NFL Draft. How much should he do at the combine? A lot of teams will also be in town for OU's Pro Day with all these offensive linemen. We hit the recruiting trail with Josh and Bob as we talk about all the latest 2020 offers that have been flooding out of Norman. And we breakdown the latest rage of committable/non-committable offers and how confusing it can be and what to do about it. Bob has a huge announcement for the pod as well about his future. Lots to breakdown in recruiting and a lot of off the rails discussions as well. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - Baseball is starting this weekend and it's gonna be cold. Eddie's baseball preview is coming soon 0:04:35 - Will Kyler Murray ever play baseball again if he is successful in the NFL? 0:07:00 - Murray's NFL future has become a national discussion. His agent even speaks out 0:15:10 - Kyler needs the right system to take advantage of his skillset 0::21:20 - OU has set their Pro Day even though it hasn't been officially announced 0:23:30 - Kyler at the combine. Should he just do everything? 0:29:25 - Bob makes a big announcement after we start talking about worthless parents 0:33:20 - Ron Tatum is in the portal. What we know and what happens next? 0:42:05 - Josh versus Oklahoma as the 2020 offers are going out 0:52:15 - Committable offers versus non-committable offers in state. The confusion is leading to some animosity. 0:54:40 - Eddie continues to struggle with the English language as Carey tries to create the recruiting B.S. detector for parents 1:08:40 - Josh is heading out to the Los Angeles Rivals Camp. He breaks down the prospects 1:13:00 - Elias Ricks still a possibility? This defensive staff is gonna have a chance to make some waves in 2020. 1:18:00 - Your weekly OU hoops sucks report just went creepy old men and then just weird
With MLB superstar Manny Machado signing a 10-year deal with San Diego to stay in the National League, did the playoff path just get more difficult? Zach Dillard and Cory McCartney discuss the fallout of the Machado news as it relates to the Atlanta Braves and the NL East.
Rod Babers, Jeff Howe, and Matt Butler talk Texas Football.
With the countdown to the Cheltenham Festival entering the final stages, The Jumps Racing Podcast is back with another big show. This week, Sean and Chris are joined by racing author Paul Ferguson as they dissect the Supreme Novices' Hurdle with a fine tooth comb. Paul and Sean go through the main contenders before making their big race picks. Also this week, there is a look back at a Cheltenham Festival record breaker as the A-to-Z of cult heroes series moves on to Q. Finally, there is a look ahead to the Adonis Hurdle and Dovecote at Kempton and the Bobbyjo Chase in Ireland. Please rate and review the podcast on your podcast app. Follow us on twitter @jumpsracingcouk
Med en Liverpoolfri helg fokuserar LFC Podden på att snacka upp inför stormötet med Bayern München på Anfield i Champions League. Vi ger er alla förutsättningar, statistiska övertag och vem som ersätter Van Dijk i försvaret. Missa inte detta!
All the boys are back together to dissect the opening round of the Super Rugby Season plus Blake had the pleasure of interviewing Lachlan McCaffrey during the week.
The guys revisit old TFATK 3D video skits and talk dogs, getting turned on by girls who cry, solo climbing and camping on mountain sides, Brendan on Jo Koy's podcast, lacrosse, baseball players on PEDS, polar bears taking over a town, abandoned tiger found in Texas, Jussie Smollett editing his phone records, asian dating apps, dime piece Eskimos and much more.