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Best Adam Copeland podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Adam Copeland podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Adam Copeland is joined by The Athletics 49ers Writer David Lombardi to talk everything Niners. They talk about how the signing of Jordan Reed will help Coach Shanahan get more creative on offense. They break down how Shanahan has taken parts from a few coaches to create an amazing hybrid offense. And how the 49ers are adding more depth on the defe…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by The Athletic's College Football Writer Bruce Feldman to talk about the latest on the Pac-12 Football Protest about Covid safety, economic and social issues. The #weareunited group said they would protest and not play this upcoming season if demands weren't met. Bruce breaks down the pros and cons of their demands and if h…
 
Adam Copleand is joined by Athletic NFL Writer Mike Sando about his 2020 NFL QB Tiers piece that he does every year. He breaks down how the list is made and what makes up each tier. He breaks down who took a big jump and who fell this season. And he gives his reasoning about why JImmy Garoppolo falls in Tier 3 for this season.To read Mike's 2020 QB…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Phillies Radio Color Analyst Kevin Frandsen to talk about the mess MLB is having with all the positive Covid tests in the league so far and how its effects the Phils. They break down some of the new MLB rules for this season. And Franny talks about how Giants OF Mike Yastrzemski just gets it and has a bright future.…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by 49ers Reporter Matt Barrows to discuss the start of training camp. No positive tests from the 49ers yet, which is great news, but will get more interesting when camp starts. Is there any chance of doing an NFL bubble? Richard Sherman speaking up on Covid testing and new regulations is good news for the Niners. Were the 49…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Raiders Beat Writer VIc Tafur about his sit down interview with Las Vegas Raiders Owner Mark Davis. Davis talks about how his life has changed and he feels like a different man with the fresh start in Vegas. They talk about how the team will be more unified on and off the field this season. And if he is serious about not …
 
Adam Copeland is joined by A's Radio Announcer Ken Korach to break down the upcoming A's season. The starting rotation is a strength, but they will be tested with some early injuries. They discuss how Chad Pinder could be a big piece to the A's success this season. And they talk about how A's fans won't get the chance to boo the Astros this season …
 
New Update Host Adam Copeland is joined by Giants writer Grant Brisbee to talk about the upcoming Giants season. The new look Giants on the field and in the dugout look to do something in this shortened crazy season. Gabe Kapler will lead the unpredictable Giants team in his first season. Are there any trades that could happen during the season to …
 
From Joe Thornton to Jerry Rice, Dennis Eckersley to Andre Iguodala, our beloved Bay Area sports franchises have made some incredible moves over the years. With help from staff writer, Steve Berman, we look into some of the best. Who was involved? Why were they so successful? What recent transactions might end up on a similar list five years down t…
 
On Wednesday, Stanford sent shock waves across the NCAA with the announcement that 11 sports - field hockey, wrestling, men’s and women’s fencing, lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing, squash, synchronized swimming and men’s volleyball - will be eliminated at the conclusion of the 2020-2021 academic school year. With help fro…
 
It’s been seven days since Giants players, coaches, and support staff returned to San Francisco for Spring Training 2.0, so we figured now was the perfect time to catch up with our senior writer, Andrew Baggarly, for a look inside of baseball’s new normal. How has access changed for the media? How well are players following the mask and distancing …
 
Baseball historian Bill James once called Darrell Evans “the most underrated player in baseball history, absolutely No. 1 on the list” for, among other things, the incredibly consistent success Evans maintained throughout his 21-year Major League career. In addition to that consistency, Evans shined in the 1981 strike-shortened campaign. So with an…
 
It’s been almost a decade since we’ve seen this much excitement heading into a Cal football season. Coming off an 8-5 campaign that included a road win at SEC foe Ole Miss, a Big Game victory, and a bowl win over a Power 5 opponent for the first time since 2008, the Golden Bears and their fans have reason to hope. With help from the editor-in-chief…
 
24 years after Sharks general manager Doug Wilson became eligible for election into the Hockey Hall of Fame, one of the most prolific offensive defensemen of his generation finally got the call last week. With help from former Sharks color analyst Drew Remenda, we dive into the longtime Blackhawk’s decorated 16 yr career, what made him such a speci…
 
It got so bad at one point this month that Jayson Stark, the winner of the 2019 J.G. Taylor Spink Award given annually "for meritorious contributions to baseball writing" couldn’t sleep. Jayson always sleeps, but not this June. Not with the sport he lives and breathes fighting so publicly over money in the midst of a global pandemic and worldwide c…
 
After months of very public negotiations, baseball finally came to an agreement on a 60-game season that will begin - if all goes well - in late July. While some of the details still need to be ironed out, we do know the structure of those 60 games, that the DH is headed to the National League, and that extra innings will look a whole lot different…
 
He hasn’t played in the NFL in almost four years. He wasn’t at his best the last time we saw him play. But as longtime NFL writer, Mike Sando, shares with host Kate Scott, if you go through every backup currently occupying a roster spot in the league you’ll find plenty of teams with reason to pursue or at the very least consider the former Super Bo…
 
Last week the 49ers inked head coach Kyle Shanahan to a six-year contract extension that will keep him in Santa Clara through the 2025 season. Longtime NFL and 49ers beat writer for the Bay Area News Group, Cam Inman, joins Kate Scott to discuss the importance of the extension’s timing, why Shanahan is such a good fit for the franchise, when GM Joh…
 
For former Giant and current Phillies radio analyst, Kevin Frandsen, baseball’s inability to come to an agreement that would allow games to be played in 2020 goes beyond frustration. Calling it a mess might even be an understatement. The fact that every other U.S. sport has figured out a way forward in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic has Frandse…
 
While the sport of baseball continues to stumble, the San Francisco Giants shined during last week’s 2020 MLB Draft. From a highly regarded switch-hitting catcher to a local product rated as one of the best high school arms in the country, Farhan Zaidi and the Giants scouting staff earned rave reviews for their selections. Senior writer and longtim…
 
On March 10th, Tashan Reed received the call of a lifetime. After two years of covering Florida State football for The Athletic, the company wanted Reed to move to Vegas to cover the Raiders. An NFL beat. A dream fulfilled. But within days the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. Reed joins Kate Scott to discuss the tragic impact the virus has had…
 
With no live sports to air, sports channels across the country are desperate for original content. Enter NBC Sports Bay Area’s timely new series "Race in America: A Candid Conversation". Co-hosted by Oakland native and award-winning Bay Area sports scribe, Monte Poole, Poole joins Kate Scott to discuss how the series came together, his hopes for fu…
 
49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan spent almost 30 minutes taking questions and passionately sharing his thoughts on racism in America last week. The Athletic's Matt Barrows was on the call and joins Kate Scott to share what stood out and what differentiates Shanahan from the majority of head coaches in the NFL.To read Matt’s article on the call, visit…
 
Hockey is a predominantly white sport. So when you’re Sharks winger Evander Kane, one of the few black players in the NHL, speaking out and advocating for racial justice can be an extremely lonely thing. Until your white teammates and opponents start using their voices as well. Avalanche beat writer Ryan S Clark joins Kate Scott to discuss why whit…
 
Charmin Smith is a Stanford alum, former WNBA player and coach, and the current head coach of the Cal women’s basketball team. In her ongoing efforts to reach and connect with fans and alumni, Smith hosts a typically light weekly segment on the team’s Instagram account. But instead of silly socially distant birthday surprises or introducing fans to…
 
As protesters march in cities across the globe following the death of George Floyd in police custody, numerous athletes, coaches, teams, and leagues have issued statements of condolence for the Floyd family and support for the Black community. But for many, NFL commissioner Robert Goodell’s statement felt hollow after his league’s treatment of form…
 
He started at 50. Actually, he started with his “honorable mentions” home runs and THEN he started at 50. And over the past month and a half Grant Brisbee has worked his way from those "honorable mentions" all the way down to the greatest home run in San Francisco Giants history. We know. We’re tired just typing that. Think about how much work went…
 
Earlier this week the Oakland Athletics informed employees of pay cuts and furloughs headed their way on Monday. A’s podcast host, Adam Copeland, joins Kate Scott to explain who will be impacted by the cuts, what the cuts and furloughs look like, why A’s owner John Fisher felt the need to issue a public apology for the cuts, and how the A’s actions…
 
After nearly a decade at or near the top of the Pac-12 football standings, Stanford put together a season to forget in 2019. But with three Pac-12 titles and six Top 25 finishes under his belt, head coach David Shaw isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. So with Shaw at the helm and the majority of his staff returning as well, we dive into where the Ca…
 
It’s been almost five years since Kevin Durant left Oklahoma City for the bright lights of the Bay Area and rumors have swirled for a while that the reigning NBA MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo, may be the next superstar to do the same. The similarities between their situations are endless … or are they? With help from Warriors beat writer Anthony Slate…
 
Before the pandemic hit the Giants were set to retire Will Clark’s #22 jersey this July. That ceremony is now in jeopardy, but luckily, the sentiment has no expiration date. Which is why our senior editor and writer, Daniel Brown, decided now was as good a time as ever to reach out to 14 former teammates and foes and ask about their favorite Clark …
 
Before the pandemic hit the Giants were set to retire Will Clark’s #22 jersey this July. That ceremony is now in jeopardy, but luckily, the sentiment has no expiration date. Which is why our senior editor and writer, Daniel Brown, decided now was as good a time as ever to reach out to 14 former teammates and foes and ask about their favorite Clark …
 
Before the pandemic hit the Giants were set to retire Will Clark’s #22 jersey this July. That ceremony is now in jeopardy, but luckily, the sentiment has no expiration date. Which is why our senior editor and writer, Daniel Brown, decided now was as good a time as ever to reach out to 14 former teammates and foes and ask about their favorite Clark …
 
It’s not often that the general manager of one of the most successful sports franchises of the past decade gets to spend two months at home with his young family, so when Marcus Thompson caught up with Warriors GM Bob Myers to discuss doing just that, we knew we needed to have Marcus on. From family dinners and navigating Clue, to random conversati…
 
With no live baseball to cover The Athletic dove into examining how Giants fans are feeling about everything from favorite players, to players they’d be open to trading, to their belief in the new staff, advanced metrics, and more! Andrew Baggarly joins Kate Scott to recap how the survey came together, what answers surprised him, what one word summ…
 
The NCAA has long been considered a free farm system for the NBA, but Ethan Strauss says these days the relationship between the leagues is anything but mutually beneficial. That's why he believes the NBA has every right to promote its new pathway program. Ethan joins Kate Scott to expand on that idea and discuss his new best-selling book, “The Vic…
 
Tommy Thompson finished high school at Granite Bay in just 3 years, helped Indiana capture the Big 10 Tournament Title in his one season in Bloomington, then headed back to the Bay to make his MLS debut with the Earthquakes at just 18 years of age. With his seventh professional season postponed indefinitely, the Loomis native is using the unexpecte…
 
Every Wednesday at The Athletic our MLB writers are diving into a key “what if?” scenario for a different club. This week, the 102-win Oakland A’s are the focus as we examine what if Jeremy Giambi slid into home in Game 3 of the 2001 American League Divisional Series? Beat writer, Alex Coffey is here to share what she learned after discussing the s…
 
This was supposed to be the 21st summer of Warriors Basketball Camps run by Bay Area native, Jeff Addiego, but COVID-19 had other ideas. So the former SF State hoops star has taken his camps and coaches online in an effort to keep them sharp and engaged during this difficult time. Jeff joins Kate to discuss the transition, his journey from an inter…
 
It was a move that in any other draft would have been headline news. As our guest, David Lombardi, so eloquently puts it the 49ers “casually swapping out one All-Pro left tackle for another” yet that’s exactly what they did. As the team traded for Kyle Shanahan’s former left tackle in Washington, Trent Williams, just as the news that longtime left …
 
When it comes to covering the Silver and Black few do it better than longtime Raiders beat reporter, Vic Tafur. So today with Vic’s help we explore why the Raiders chose Henry Ruggs over Alabama teammate Jerry Jeudy, how the three wideouts selected will fit into Jon Gruden’s scheme, why the two corners taken will even each other out, and what the h…
 
The G-League came close last year, with then top high school prospects LaMelo Ball and RJ Hampton considering a season in the NBA’s developmental league before opting to spend their “1 and done” seasons in Australia’s NBL. This time around the G-League scored, signing the top high school prospect in the class of 2020 - Jalen Green of Napa’s Prolifi…
 
It’s getting harder and harder to believe that this is John Lynch’s first go-round as an NFL General Manager, as Lynch and company did it again on Thursday night, filling the 49ers two biggest holes with top level talent. Niners beat writer, Matt Barrows, joins Kate Scott to explain why South Carolina defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw is a fantastic f…
 
He’s got a wildly popular podcast on The Herd Podcast Network, spent time as a scout for the Philadelphia Eagles, and today John Middlekauff joins Kate Scott to discuss what fans can expect from the 49ers and Raiders in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Do the Niners use the 13th overall pick on a defensive lineman to replace DeForest Buckner?…
 
In the finale of our two-part conversation with Bonnie Bernstein, one of the most accomplished female journalists in sports and the founder of Walk Swiftly Productions, Bonnie and Kate get into the wide-ranging impact COVID-19 is having on collegiate athletics. From the domino effect of granting spring sport seniors another year of eligibility, to …
 
In part one of a wide-ranging two-part conversation with Bonnie Bernstein, an incredibly accomplished sports journalist and producer of the recent ESPN Esports documentary “Good Game”, Kate and Bonnie dive into the popularity of esports, how the benefits of gaming parallel those of traditional sports, and why a lot of our assumptions about gaming a…
 
No, that pod title is not a typo. Yes, the Warriors actually selected a high school girl in the 1969 NBA Draft and for one memorable year, Denise Long took the city by storm. With help from San Francisco Chronicle columnist, Scott Ostler, we learn why the team picked the small-town Iowan knowing the selection was against NBA rules, what happened af…
 
With the NFL Draft quickly approaching, we thought it’d be fun to dive into the past to learn how four guys who were anything but slam dunks heading into their respective drafts found themselves named to the league's All-Decade team last week. 49ers beat writer, Matt Barrows, is here to help us examine how Frank Gore, Patrick Willis, Joe Staley, an…
 
“I miss sports!” Those three words have been uttered by more friends and family members than we can count the past month, but we’re without a lot of things due to this pandemic. What is it about sports in particular that’s causing us to feel such yearning? Longtime Bay Area journalist and author, Joan Ryan, addresses that question in her newest boo…
 
And thank goodness! Can you imagine what your childhood, what the late ‘80s/early 90’s Giants, heck, what today’s Giants would be like if the franchise had sent Will Clark to the Big Apple back in 1988!?! It’s hard for us to fathom, thankfully, the unbiased Grant Brisbee - who grew up a Rickey Henderson fan - is here to help us do just that.For mor…
 
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