TideSports' Ben Jones and Terrin Waack are joined by intern Ben Stansell to talk about their favorite football movies. Remember the Titans, The Waterboy, Rudy, The Blind Side and several more are discussed. They also talk about which football movies they haven't seen and which older movies might have made the list.
For just the third time in school history, men's basketball will face a ranked opponent in back-to-back games when the Seahawks battle Furman on Sunday. We get you ready for that matchup while looking back on last week's games in Chapel Hill. Plus, Rolled and Baked for biscuits, Edward Teach for beer and Dusty Slay for comedy?
The TideSports staff gathers to discuss the Heisman Trophy outcome. Cecil Hurt is a Heisman Trophy voter, so he goes over who he put as his No. 1 canidate and what he takes into consideration when making that decision. Congrats are in order to this year's winner.
Providence Journal writers Kevin McNamara and Bill Koch welcome longtime Journal columnist Bill Reynolds into the podcast studio as they chat about Providence's overtime victory over the Boston College Eagles, and look at the Rhode Island Rams' upcoming contest against Holy Cross.
Ohio State men's basketball beat writer Adam Jardy discusses the recent play against Big Ten opponents and breaks down last night’s 77-67 victory over the Illinois Fighting Illini. We also talk about how Buckeye player Luther Muhammad was cleared and returned to play during this game. Finally, we mention key players who contributed vital scoring points to ultimately help the Buckeyes pull out the win.
Ohio State 77, Illinois 67 | Luther Muhammad returns, and Buckeyes finish strong
Not much has happened in the past week except: Ohio State won its second straight Big Ten championship; Dwayne Haskins Jr. was named the Chicago Tribune Silver Football winner as the MVP of the Big Ten; Haskins became the first OSU player since 2006 Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith to be invited to the Heisman presentation Saturday in New York City as one of three finalists; Urban Meyer retired, effective with the end of the Rose Bowl on Jan.1; Ryan Day was elevated to OSU head coach....
A-J sports staffers Don Williams and Carlos Silva Jr. unpack all the happenings from a busy week that included Texas Tech hiring a new football coach and take readers questions during their weekly Facebook Live broadcast at https://www.facebook.com/AJRedRaiders
How much did the tough loss to Alabama in the SEC title game affect the Georgia Bulldogs? Has the door opened for the underdog Texas Longhorns to pull a Sugar Bowl upset. Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist gives his perspective from the other side of the fence on this week's On Second Thought podcast.
Hosts Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls also discuss possible playoff injury replacements with Statesman fantasy league guru Cat Vasquez.
Iowa State football is headed to the Alamo Bowl while the men's basketball team is 7-1 heading into a matchup with rival Iowa. Ames Tribune sports editor Travis Hines and staff writer Dylan Montz break it all down in the latest Cyclone Slant.
Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson discuss the impact of Kelly Bryant's commitment to Missouri and what it means for 2019. Cam recaps the Tigers' wild hoops win over UCF and Jordan Geist's miracle 3-pointer. The guys recap the three-game win streak for the Missouri women's basketball team and Amber Smith's big day against West Virginia.
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On this week's episode, Travis and Greg give their four downs before digging into some of the crazy picks out of the Sun Belt awards from last week and give initial thoughts on the bowl game match-up with Eastern Michigan.
Then, DetroitNews.com beat writer for Eastern Michigan, Tony Paul, to get his perspective on the other Eagles and what could happen in the bowl.
(7:35): Sun Belt awards breakdown
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Georgia proved it was up to par with the likes of Alabama, but once again the Bulldogs couldn't finish the game. Who's to blame? Was it a tired defense? The call for a fake punt? Is it a mental block? We talk about that and more, including the positives out of the game (such as Jake Fromm and the defensive performance for much of the contest) on this week's episode. And also, did the CFP committee get it right by leaving the Bulldogs out of the playoffs? Join us on this week's Dog Bytes...
Crimson Tide Sports Network broadcaster Chris Stewart joins the podcast to talk about Alabama basketball's season. He and Ben Jones talk about freshman guard Kira Lewis, what the Crimson Tide needs to accomplish during the nonconference schedule, and how the SEC has improved in recent years.
Pat Dooley flies solo this week in another episode of the Dooley Noted podcast. Pat talks about Urban Meyer, team in what Bowl Games, Seasons of College Football, spreads and of course Three Things.
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1:00 There's a lot going on in college football
1:36 Urban Meyer announces retirement
6:30 Whats Meyers legacy
10:00 Gators get to the Peach Bowl
12:30 Kirby Smart lost a lot in the game
18:15 Whats the bowl games going...
Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith addresses the media regarding the news of head football coach Urban Meyer retiring after the Rose Bowl on January 1 2019. Urban Meyer shares brief thoughts on his retirement and Smith names offensive coordinator Ryan Day head coach of the football team. Day addresses his initial plans for the head coaching job and questions from the media are answered.
Ohio State football | Urban Meyer to step down as coach after Rose Bowl
Cecil Hurt, Ben Jones and Terrin Waack sit down to discuss how Alabama performed in the SEC Championship Game against Georgia. Then, with the final College Football Playoff rankings released, they also break down the Alabama-Oklahoma matchup for the Orange Bowl. Both teams have a Heisman Trophy candidate in their quarterback.
Both the men's and women's basketball teams split their two-game efforts last week. Now, they're off to Chapel Hill for games with North Carolina on Wednesday before a long layoff. We break down the action. Plus, some swimming Olympic qualifiers, the baseball banquet and more from campus. And if you haven't visited the German Cafe in the Cotton Exchange, you should.