PMS 2.0 341 - Sean Murphy-Bunting, Chris Webber, Jeff Passan, & AJ Hawk
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On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the fallout from their conversation with Aaron Rodgers yesterday as basically every sports show was talking about it today, and chat about everything else going on in the NFL. Joining the show is 2nd Year CB for the Bucs, a man who has interceptions in three consecutive playoff games, Sean Murphy-Bunting joins the show to chat about the season, playing in the Super Bowl, his career path to being where he's at, playing with Tom Brady, and what Bruce Arians is like. Next, 5x NBA All-Star, 5x All-NBA Team, 1994 Rookie of the Year, and NBA analyst, Chris Webber joins the program to chat about the spread the love campaign FanDuel is doing in Michigan, his thoughts on today's NBA versus the earlier era, players changing teams all the time now versus when he was in the league, and much more. Later, ESPN MLB Insider Jeff Passan joins the show to chat about the MLB Hall of Fame deciding not to elect anyone into the Hall of Fame this year, the hypocrisy of the whole process, who should be in, and if Rob Manfred has put his foot in his mouth lately.

Bussin' With The Boys
Bussin' With The Boys
Barstool Sports
Nate Bargatze
Recorded: February 15, 2021 Nate Bargatze is one funny MFer. The boy hopped on the bus to catch up with Comp & The Crew, and he did not disappoint. A Nashville native with a new Netflix special coming out March 18 called, "The Greatest Average American," Nate jumps right into things by talking about his own podcasting experience, why consistency is huge, and the process of "making it" in football vs comedy. Next, Nate addresses how difficult the road is for a comic trying to make it, Will gives some insight into why he has always focused on creating business ventures outside of football, and Nate reveals who he thinks had the most impressive rise to fame of any comedian. After that, Will and Nate share how valuable it is to have mentors, the importance of setting attainable goals, and why accountability is crucial. At this point, Nate starts whipping out stories from his comedy journey that leave everybody on the bus rolling, he opens up about how he knew he wanted to be a comedian, and he explains the path his life took to go from a rookie stand-up to a legit world-renowned talent. Then, we hear about Nate's clown father (no, really, his dad was a clown AND a magician), performing in front of tiny crowds, doing shows to audiences who don't speak English, and the worst performance he's ever had. This one's packed with laughs, so beware if you're taking this one to the gym with you. Enjoy. ----- SHOP: https://store.barstoolsports.com/collections/bussin-with-the-boys FOLLOW THE BOYS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bussinwtb/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BussinWTB Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BussinWTB/ Website: https://www.bussinwtb.com ----- SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS: Roman: https://www.hellorory.com/BUSSIN Paint Your Life: https://www.paintyourlife.com - text BOYS to 64000 for 20% off + Free Shipping
1 hr 15 min
The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media
The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media
Dirty Mo Radio
328 – Jerry Glanville: Still a Badass
The one-and-only former NFL head coach and NASCAR racer Jerry Glanville is in studio for an interview that Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been eagerly anticipating. Glanville rose to fame as head coach for the Houston Oilers and Atlanta Falcons in the 80s and 90s, and then turned to NASCAR and broadcasting as he competed across multiple different series. He befriended racing legends along the way, including Dale Earnhardt Sr. His stories are wide open from the gridiron to the race track. Plus, his status as a cultural icon in the 90s landed him in movies and music videos. He tells all about his incredible life and how he balanced his two passions – football and racing. Glanville details what led him to become a football coach and how he quickly rose the ranks to land high-profile NFL coaching gigs. Hear how he became known for turning programs around and his secret to success. The former Falcons head coach is remembered as the man who drafted Brett Favre. Dale Jr. Download co-host Mike Davis brings up Glanville’s Wikipedia page and asks how much is actually true about his time coaching Favre. Learn why he wasn’t sold on the future superstar off the field and how that led him to make a trade. When the name of another high-profile NFL coach that’s in racing is brought up, Glanville shares why he isn’t on good terms with Joe Gibbs and the one playoff game that caused the bad blood. Like Dale Jr., Glanville is a big Elvis fan. He famously left tickets for Elvis at a pre-season game between the Oilers and Patriots. He tells that story and explains why he left the tickets. While most football coaches enjoyed golf in their spare time, Glanville chose the adrenaline rush of racing. Hear how he transitioned from coach to racer and how he landed his first opportunity behind the wheel of a Cup car. As he raced in multiple different series from late models up to Xfinity, Glanville recalls some of the sports biggest names he competed against as they climbed the ranks. Many NASCAR stars stepped up to help Glanville in his racing career. Hear what the Intimidator taught him and what happened in their first race together on track. Glanville also reflects back on lessons from Richard Petty, Dale Jarrett and Bill Elliott. Dale Jr. competed against Glanville early in his career and once threatened to fight Glanville. Find out what happened on track and how Jerry responded. Learn why he’s still racing and coaching football today at nearly 80 years old. Afterwards in Ask Jr., Dale Jr. explains his reasoning behind joining the IndyCar Nashville GP ownership group and what he hopes to learn from the partnership to help NASCAR. Plus, his take on the caution for rain late in Sunday’s Cup race and why NASCAR is doing too much hand holding. Dale Jr. uncovered some NASCAR history recently and shares his findings of an artifact that few have ever seen. You’ll want to hear what details of the sport’s history he discovers and why it has him questioning some of racing’s origins.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1 hr 38 min
Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
Dirty Mo Radio
203 – Ty Gibbs: Nothing Like the First Time
Our spotting trio of T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft returns from the Daytona International Speedway road course to breakdown the wild weekend of road racing. The second race weekend of the year produced not one but two first-time winners. Saturday’s Xfinity Series victor Ty Gibbs joins the show after winning in his first start. He describes the intense run to the finish, what he did to hold onto the lead, and the meaning behind his emotional celebration. Plus, the 18-year-old addresses the reputation he’s building. Christopher Bell chased down Joey Logano in the closing laps, evaded the No. 22’s block attempts and drove to Victory Lane for the first time in his NASCAR Cup Series career. Majors discusses another win slipping away late for the No. 22 team. A.J Allmendinger impressed in his part-time Cup effort for Kaulig Racing on Sunday. His spotter Brett Griffin talks about their day and what proved insurmountable to overcome in the race. Plus, Griffin responds to what Clint Bowyer said about him on the broadcast. The controversial late race caution for rain is addressed, including Kyle Busch’s comments about why the yellow flag was displayed. Hear whether the guys thought a caution was necessary and how it changed the race. Chaos then ensued on the following restarts. They react to Chase Elliott’s epic saves and his tangle with Corey LaJoie, plus all the drama that the finish produced. Saturday’s Xfinity Series race did not disappoint and the gang covers Allmendinger and Austin Cindric wrecking while battling for the Stage 1 victory. Truck Series drama is brewing between former champion Brett Moffitt and his former team GMS Racing. Hear what went down in the race and whether Moffitt should be picking this fight. In Reaction Theatre, everyone sucks and Brett gets cussed out – what’s new? A new segment debuts that has everyone pointing fingers. Lastly, Brett reveals a special gift he’s receiving from a long-time friend and NASCAR Cup Series champion.
1 hr 30 min
Hard Factor
Hard Factor
Hard Factor
2/24: Bare Butt Bit By Bear, Tiger’s Crash, “Elite” Rollerblading Police Force
On Today’s Episode of Hard Factor… [6:15] Pat talks about how AI has been shutting down all youtube chess channels like popular Croatian chess player 'Agadmator’for racism. They were picking up the words ‘white’ ‘black’ and ‘attack’ and thinking uh oh. [14:20] Mark takes us through the social day that some major political players had yesterday like Trump who used a surrogate, Biden who was asked to unfollow a celebrity by that celebrity and Ted Cruz who called his snitch neighbors assholes. [19:30] Wes tells us all about Tiger Woods’ terrible one car crash. His car flipped down a valley and they needed possibly the jaws of life and at a minimum to kick in his windshield to get him out and get him to emergency surgery on both of his legs. Sounds like he will survive more to come this week. [25:20] Will tells us about how 30 Taliban fanatics were being trained by 6 out of towners on “mine making training” in the village of Qitla in the northern Balkh province of Afghanistan. They all failed because they all died blowing themselves up in the local mosque. [29:30] Pat tells us about Theodore Lutton, age 60, and Christine Lutton, 63, of Rogers Ohio who were charged with illegal possession of firearms a number of other crimes but most importantly these monsters were in possession of a dead bald eagle. [35:30] Mark takes us through a double in ‘The Great Outdoors’ segment (RIP John Candy). A woman got her bare butt bit by a bear in an outhouse in southeast Alaska. And in Canada it’s fireball season or meteor season. A beautiful blue flash of light was seen in two Canada provinces from a meteor that may have touched down on earth.   [40:30] Wes tells us about the glorious and extremely ELITE Pakistani rollerblading police force. Criminals stand no chance as this squad says they will roll over crime as long as the foot chase is on smooth surfaces. [44:00] We end the show with listener submitted voice mails. Brought to you by http://Manscaped.com. MANSCAPED​, is the best in men’s below-the-waist grooming.  ​MANSCAPED offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. Get 20% Off + Free Shipping, with the code HARDFACTOR at Manscaped.com DOWNLOAD the New Stereo App at http://stereo.com/HardFactorWill for additional Hard Factor Shows on Wednesdays and Fridays - FREE. Download the app and Follow @hardfactormark @hardfactorwill @hardfactorwes @patcassidy and @internbubba to get notified when we go live, and to listen to previous shows. Also sponsored by http://Stamps.com. Stamps.com allows you to mail and ship anytime, anywhere right from your computer. Send letters. Ship packages. And pay a lot less with discounted rates from USPS, UPS, and more. Just go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in HARDFACTOR for a four week trial plus free postage and a digital scale. DOWNLOAD/SUBSCRIBE: http://smarturl.it/HardFactor MERCH: http://HardFactor.com BONUS PODS/DISCORD CHAT: http://patreon.com/HardFactor FOLLOW @HardFactorNews on All Socials (Twitter, IG, FB, YT, TikTok, LinkedIn, etc.)
50 min
Fantasy Football Today Podcast
Fantasy Football Today Podcast
CBS Sports, Fantasy Football, NFL
Sophomore TEs; Started QB Fantasy Points (02/23 Fantasy Football Podcast)
Don't overlook the rookie TEs just because they weren't very productive! Year Two is often a great year for TEs, so who could make that leap among this group of TEs? It starts with Cole Kmet but there are other names to know. How many Year Two TEs are going to get drafted in 12-team leagues (2:15)? How many are worth rostering in a Dynasty league (4:15)? ... We'll talk about the key players (7:50) like Kmet, Adam Trautman and Donald Parham. Plus let's discuss incoming rookie Kyle Pitts and where he might fit in. After we wrap up the TE discussion we'll go over the news and notes (18:00) you need to know ... What are "Started Fantasy Points"? We'll tell you about it and give you our takeaways (24:00). What mistake did the Ryan Tannehill managers make in 2020? ... Your emails at fantasyfootball@cbsi.com Subscribe to the FFT in 5 podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to FFT. Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @CTowersCBS, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCviK78rIWXhZdFzJ1Woi7Fg/videos Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Want winning picks each morning in under 10 minutes? Subscribe to 'The Early Edge: A Daily SportsLine Betting Podcast' on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever else you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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