Bud and Ingram discuss FSU's chances of landing a transfer at the quarterback position, rifle through some of your questions and are joined by Matt Minnick of Tomahawk Nation to discuss FSU basketball
In association with At The Races: Emmet Kennedy, Kevin Blake and Vanessa Ryle review the weekends racing at Kempton, Warwick and Punchestown. The Team also discuss the worrying form of the Willie Mullins stable, the historic Trainer merger between John Oxx and Patrick Prendergast and the very controversial subject of drug bans in our Sport. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
It's been a great weekend for Irish Premier League goalscorers and Brian Clough anecdotes, as Declan Rice, Shane Long and Jeff Hendrick ran riot while Martin O'Neill returned to management with Nottingham Forest. Meanwhile, Frank Lampard is convinced that Marcelo Bielsa has flouted English moral norms, but luckily for the Argentine he appears not to have broken any actual rules. It was not such a good weekend for Rio Ferdinand: when any controversy pits you and Richard Keys against the world, it's time to start worrying. We're joined by Jacob Steinberg and John Brewin to discuss Declan Rice's development, Mesut Özil's exile, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's credentials to be named the next permanent Man United manager.
Free Press sports writers Nick Baumgardner and Orion Sang discuss Michigan's new offensive coordinator hire, some basketball and much more on this week's episode of The Michigan Rant. The Michigan Rant is a podcast presented by the Detroit Free Press.
It's been a non-stop news cycle since we ended last week's pod. Jalen Hurts actually announces his decision to enroll at Oklahoma as we were finishing the pod so we came back and did an extra 30+ minutes just on what this means for OU. Alex Grinch has completed his staff. We breakdown the sweeping changes to come, Roy Manning, Brian Odom and how this could affect the current roster. We also hit up all the recruiting news from last week and talk about the makeup of 2019 as it all happens right before our eyes. A loaded podcast with lots of discussion about what's happening inside the program right now. A must listen as always! The rundown follows below: OPEN - Alex Grinch fills out his staff. Thoughts on Roy Manning and Brian Odom 0:07:40 - What is going on with all these inside stories about power struggles? Shutup. Lincoln is gonna let Grinch run the show 0:12:10 - Listener complained about Eddie on last week's podcast 0:14:30 - Roy Manning as a recruiter out on the west coast 0:16:10 - What does OU gain in recruiting and what do they have to replace with this staff? 0:22:00 - How do these hires affect the players on this team and the secondary in general? 0:32:30 - The politicizing of the Clemson visit to the White House. The Simple Jacks. 0:36:00 - Ruffin McNeill staying on staff 0:42:15 - The LBs and Brian Odom 0:45:30 - The leadup to Jalen Hurts' decision 0:48:10 - Tate Martell to Miami 0:53:10 - Oklahoma is blocking Austin Kendall's transfer to certain schools 1:00:00 - Josh and Bob's weekend recruiting report 1:09:30 - Back to Austin Kendall developments in his transfer 1:24:00 - The Jalen Hurts to Oklahoma emergency podcast begins 1:27:00 - The leadership that Jalen Hurts can bring to the OU program 1:32:00 - What Lincoln has to come up offensively to adapt to Hurts 1:36:45 - No more Austin Kendall, the backup situation behind Hurts 1:41:00 - How well will Hurts throw the ball in this offense? 1:45:00 - Everything just keeps going OU's way 1:47:00 - Baker and Kyler, two crazy stories. Now Hurts follows 1:53:15 - Will this be the most anticipated spring football camp ever?
Rog and Davo applaud David De Gea's goalkeeping heroics in Manchester United's 1 - 0 victory over Tottenham. Plus, wins for Liverpool and City in the title race.
On this episode, hello! (00:00), Jake Gardiner, are the Leafs in trouble?, & playing with five forwards (06:00), TSN DIDN'T report that the Edmonton Oilers made a trade (40:00), the Ducks and Dallas Stars made a trade (55:00), Zach Hyman made a 6 figure donation to Sick Kids and the Arizona Coyotes (1:08:00), and the press conference: Marleau, shoutouts, the Canadiens, getting rid of offsides, and a letter from a fan (1:14:00). Originally aired: January 15, 2019 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/M94dFzF_TQE Merch: https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirts Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
Ted Knutson and James Yorke talk football and transfers with a statistical backdrop
Ireland haven't had three provinces in the quarter-finals of the European Cup since 2014, but they're looking good to get it sorted this year, judging by the form shown by Leinster, Munster and Ulster this weekend. There were three fantastic victories, and pinpoint precision kicking was the theme - with Joey Carbery, Ross Byrne and Jacob Stockdale all using the boot to devastating effect. Matt Williams tells us what Irish proficiency with the boot does to opposition defences, and why Munster's win might have been the most impressive, and most significant, of them all. Laurent Depret joins us from Paris with the latest on Simon Zebo's tweet, and whether the French sides wilted mentally, or tactically, in the face of Irish pressure. Plus we speculate on just when even Andy Murray decided things were getting a little too maudlin this morning as he exited the Australian Open, and Snoop Dogg makes a very impressive sports-commentating debut.
Dan Zangrilli sits down with new West Virginia University football coach Neal Brown in this Mountaineer Sports Network from IMG exclusive. Presented by Lumos Networks.
Melissa Rudd, Barry Glendenning, Barney Ronay and Jonathan Wilson discuss Manchester United’s win at Wembley, Mike Ashley’s money, Declan Rice’s future, Burnley’s 2-1 win without a shot on target and Spygate We look back at the weekend of football just gone, starting with Manchester United’s 1-0 win over Spurs at Wembley, Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s sixth victory in his six games in charge. Liverpool won dirty – or did they? The reaction to Chelsea’s win against Newcastle was rather overshadowed on social media by the reaction to Rio Ferdinand’s comments about Mike Ashley, a figure disliked by many Newcastle fans and one apparently sympathised with by business partners – of which Rio is one. Declan Rice’s first goal for West Ham was the only one in their meeting with Arsenal, coming just two days before his 20th birthday – the FAI then sent rather optimistic birthday wishes. We round up the rest of the Premier League action, chat to Sid Lowe about an exciting weekend in La Liga before spending part three on the Football League, including Spygate – a new chapter in espionage from the brain of Marcelo Bielsa. Back on Thursday!
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins' teleconference in advance of Tuesday night's game against TCU in Fort Worth.
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