Terrin Waack returns for another episode of That's Just Waack and welcomes Alabama gymnastics coach Dana Duckworth. The Crimson Tide just wrapped up its season -- finishing eighth in the nation -- at the NCAA Championships this past weekend. Duckworth recaps the St. Louis trip, recalls favorite season memories and talks about lessons learned.
Terrin Waack is back with another episode of That's Just Waack. She brings on her grand little, Izzy Quinn, aka "The Kween." But in all seriousness, Quinn talks about using her platform to raise awareness about eating disorders. Then, things get lighter between the two with embarrassing corn maze stories. It happens.
Terrin Waack woke up early for this week's episode of That's Just Waack and is joined by fellow Tuscaloosa News intern Molly Walsh. The two cover a variety of topics, ranging from ghost stories to the realities of covering Alabama. The topics aren't necessarily related but easily could be.
Terrin Waack takes a more serious turn with this week's episode of That's Just Waack. She invites back University of Alabama student Kristina Taylor to talk about her experience at the March for Our Lives protest in Washington D.C. this past weekend. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but the two do discuss gun violence and reform.
Terrin Waack survived Spring Break just to host another episode of That's Just Waack, which is now available on iTunes. She invited fellow Tuscaloosa News intern Matt Speakman on to chat their past four years covering Alabama sports and his experience covering UA men's basketball specifically. The two also decide what Nick Saban, Dana Duckworth, Avery Johnson and Kristy Curry would bring to a Thanksgiving dinner.
Terrin Waack returns after a week off and has Tuscaloosa News executive sports editor Tommy Deas on the show. The two discuss multiple topics, never staying on one for more than five minutes. Topics range from yoga, Habitat for Humanity, horseback riding and Deas' hatred of millenials.
Terrin Waack returns for another episode of That's Just Waack and welcomes back Tuscaloosa News executive sports editor Tommy Deas to the show. The two break down how Waack broke the news on senior Alabama gymnast Mackenzie Brannan's injury while mid-shift at her serving job and what that loss means to the team.
Terrin Waack welcomes fellow Tuscaloosa News intern Drew Hill on this week's edition of That's Just Waack to talk about all things men's and women's basketball at Alabama. Hill is a true basketball stats junkie. Listen in to find out if he think the UA men's team will make it to the NCAA tournament.
Terrin Waack is back - and sorry, it's not Monday - for another episode of That's Just Waack. She brings on loyal fan and sorority sister Kristina Taylor to talk about, well, podcasts. Taylor is an avid podcast listener, but she chooses the oddest times and ones to follow. Listen in to find out more.
Terrin Waack is ready to bring back weekly episodes of That's Just Waack. From here on out, new editions should be released every Monday. The first one has Tuscaloosa News executive sports editor Tommy Deas on as a guest, and the two discuss what happened with the Larry Nassar sentencing and is happening with Michigan State. They're longer topics, but stick with them.
After a small hiatus, Terrin Waack is back for another episode of That's Just Waack and brings on fellow Tuscaloosa News intern Molly Walsh. The two just got back from a week in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl. Listen in to find out what it is like covering a bowl game in the Big Easy.
Terrin Waack drags her younger sister, Brianna Waack, on for this week's episode of That's Just Waack. They struggle to be serious around each other but do end up talking about their family's summer place up in Door County, Wisconsin. It's a camper. The Waacks glamp.
Terrin Waack welcomes back Tommy Deas, the executive sports editor of The Tuscaloosa News, for another episode of That's Just Waack, only for him to bring up a sore New Orleans subject. Now, she doesn't know if she's going to go cover the Sugar Bowl anymore as payback. Slightly salty.
Terrin Waack has a special guest call in for this week's episode of That's Just Waack. It's her best friend from home, Kayla Widdowson, who graduated from Miami last year. She shares some insight on the U while trying not crash during her commute home. Work with them here, it's the first time someone has called in for the podcast.
Terrin Waack brings on her freshman roommate, Sarah Rasmussen, for this week's That's Just Waack. The former Tut 829 residents are currently crashing at a friend's house for Thanksgiving break, and it is not clean. There's a gorgeous dog, though. Listen in for some stories.
Terrin Waack has only been bugging Tuscaloosa News coworker Aaron Suttles to do a Terrin and Aaron Show for about a year now. Now, thanks to That's Just Waack, she gets a makeshift version of it. The two talk about Alabama's win over Mississippi State, exchange some friendly banter and more.
Terrin Waack is back for another episode of That's Just Waack with Tuscaloosa News coworker Ben Jones. The two talk about the movies exchanged. Terrin had to watch "Top Gun" and "Days of Thunder." Ben had "The Ugly Truth" and "Confessions of a Shopaholic."
Terrin Waack finally brings on her roommate, Erica Cooke, for this episode of That's Just Waack. Room 305 dicusses everything and anything embarrassing - high school crushes, ghosts and geography. Laugh at us with us.