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Best College Top 25 podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best College Top 25 podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Baseball America delivers baseball news you can't get anywhere else. Covering the game from a player-development point of view, the staff of BA will deliver its take on what's going on in the world of baseball every week on its podcast, analyzing the game from the majors and minors--with an emphasis on prospects--through our unparalleled college and high school coverage. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/baseball-america/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
 
With the help of players, coaches, TV analysts, school administrators and NCAA officials, AP College Football Writer Ralph Russo tackles on-and off-field issues affecting the sport throughout the year. The show gives everyone from the casual fan to the obsessed alum, an insider look into the AP Poll and all that is trending on campuses around the country. Be ready for the big game, signing day or spring practice with this weekly chat about college football.
 
The College Sports Hour, hosted by Clint McPherson and co-host Greg Dixon takes listeners inside the Division I College Football, Basketball, and Baseball landscape. The podcast includes analysis and coverage of D-I sporting events by two dudes who love sports. The College Sports Hour is your ultimate stop for all things D-I Football, Basketball, and Baseball related. We make weekly predictions and discuss all of the top stories, from who is going to win the College Football Playoff to who i ...
 
Two Deep: Hokies Under The Influence is a college football podcast focused on the Virginia Tech Hokies. Hosted by Pete Bertheaud and Robbie Dowling, the show features news and updates, weekly game recaps and previews, exciting guests from other ACC and VT media, and in-depth analysis. We also enjoy different craft beers each week from across the nation in search of the perfect pour.
 
What's the Spread? is a sports betting podcast hosted by two sports lovers, Brad Thomas and Miles Markiewicz. During football season we give you our best bets for our favorite NFL and College Football games. At the end of the episode we engage in our Underdogs of the Week Competition. Just because football is king on our podcast, that does not mean we neglect the other sports... NHL, MLB, NBA, PGA, and even FIFA. We like to cover it all. So whether you are a Sharp, Handicapper, a gambling de ...
 
Wake up to the best sports story you'll hear all day. Monday through Friday, host Mina Kimes brings you an inside look at the most interesting stories at ESPN, as told by the top reporters and insiders on the planet. The breaking news of SportsCenter. The deep dive storytelling of 30 for 30. Get the very best of ESPN. Daily.
 
Rae and Tay are talking sports with friends. The show consists of creative segments, elaborate banter, passionate debating, listener call-ins and interviews with current and former athletes, coaches, journalists, and entertainers. The topics we cover include NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA football and basketball as well as other major sports and events in Golf, Tennis, Boxing, NASCAR and NHL. Rae And Tay Today is clever and humorous with an urban edge. We engage each other and invite our audience to si ...
 
Dan Kiernan, Director of SotoTennis Academy in Spain has teamed up with John McGahon Ireland's Fed Cup Captain and Director of MacXTennis Academy in Ireland to create a podcast that entertains, educates and energises you through this difficult period of lock down due to the Coronavirus. Hear Dan and John pick the brains and gain valuable insight into the minds of professional tennis players, coaches, parents, as well as others in High Performance Tennis.
 
Follow Mark and Ryan as they share their passion of Brazilian Jiujitsu with a twist. Listen to the father and son duo speak to some of the top jiujitsu practitioners, mixed martial artist, and grapplers. Also, being a parent isn't easy and most of us as parents can relate to the stresses of life but we can't ignore what the teens of today are dealing with as well. Follow Dad and the Jiujitsu Kid in their journey together for their love for a sport that binds their family together.
 
The Bean Counter is your guide to a successful accounting career! Whether you're in University looking for your first job, or crushing it at your full time career, The Bean Counter is the show for you! We have topics ranging from preparing your resume and interviewing, to dealing with salary negotiations and being promoted. We'll have interviews with today's most inspiring accountants and find out how they got where they are today, and what advice they have for you! We'll also talk with recr ...
 
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Even the successful athletes who compete at the highest levels of their sports have moments when the game seems a little big for them. Those welcome-to-the-big-time moments can either break a player or make that player even better in the long run. Former college football offensive linemen Aaron Taylor of Notre Dame, Cole Cubelic of Auburn and Geoff…
 
Former Irish National Coach Paul Casey talks from the heart about his ideas on how Irish Tennis can and should develop from his experiences as a player and as a coach for 40+ years. He talks about his support for former ITF President Dave Miley and how that may have been a big opportunity missed. Straight talking and open. A great listen…
 
The Big Ten made a big splash on Thursday with its announcement that it only intends to play conference games this fall. Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue are back to talk about the news and how it impacts the Nittany Lions. The guys also talk tight end, upcoming decision dates, dead period visits and more. Our Five-Star mailbag digs into the anatomy of …
 
The Big Ten is moving to a conference-only format in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Athletic's Matt Fortuna details not only what it means for the Big Ten but for the other power 5 conferences & Notre Dame. Iowa beat writer Scott Dochterman sheds light on how this affects the schools that were supposed to play buy games against Big Ten team…
 
On Wednesday, the Ivy League made significant news in college sports when it announced all organized sports within the league would not be permitted through the end of the fall semester. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open with thoughts on basketball -- and football -- and how these issues are interconnected and why college hoops' season is alread…
 
Five-star basketball recruit Makur Maker shocked the sports world with his decision to commit to Howard University in Washington, DC. That makes him the highest profile prospect in recent memory to choose an HBCU. In his first interview since the announcement, Makur joins the show today to explain his historic decision and discuss its significance …
 
The Athletic's Andy Staples & Nicole Auerbach address the question everyone is asking; Will there be a college football season this fall? If not, what are the other options P5 commissioners are considering? For a 30-day free trial and 40% off a subscription to The Athletic use www.theathletic.com/andystaples…
 
MLS is back! The aptly titled MLS is Back Tournament kicks off tonight in Orlando, Florida at Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Despite FC Dallas being forced to pull out of the tournament after a rash of positive coronavirus tests, as well as the postponement of multiple matches, squads are set to square off in the Florida heat and…
 
Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue are joined by Mark Brennan for an episode touching on a little bit of everything. Penn State basketball is in the spotlight for the wrong reasons, we talk about Pat Chambers' mistake and where to go from there. We also break down the summer enrollees, take a stroll through the All-Decade Team and compare Paterno, O'Brien…
 
Chess grandmasters need incredible amounts of brain power, and also extreme physical endurance, to take on their rivals. Major tournaments can run six hours a day, ten to twelve days in a row. Players might burn up to 6,000 calories and lose two pounds a day during these grueling matches. Today’s chess world champions might train with two hours a d…
 
We're back to bring you the latest on Penn State football and recruiting, along with insight from recent interviews with university athletic director Sandy Barbour and Nittany Lions linebacker Jesse Luketa. Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue are back to talk about the latest trends on the 247Sports Crystal Ball, a State of the Union of LBU and our Five-St…
 
For today’s show, a respin of one of our favorites. “Rudy” is a sports movie classic. And it defined the life of the actual man who inspired the story, Rudy Ruettiger, now in his 70s. Revered by many Notre Dame fans, Ruettiger is also plagued by critics over whether the movie exaggerated a plot point or two. ESPN’s Ryan McGee spent time with the re…
 
Matt Eddy and Kyle Glaser identify the players who will benefit most from the DH coming to the National League, as well as how the three-batter minimum rule helps top pitching prospects who have starter/reliever questions. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/baseball-america/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
 
As NBA rosters take shape, the league and its players inch closer to a restart in the “clean site” of Orlando, Florida. The NBA is addressing players’ concerns around recent movements against racial and police injustice by painting “Black Lives Matter” on the courts, and many players are expected to kneel during the national anthem. As the league a…
 
The Athletic's Audrey Snyder, Antonio Morales & Manny Navarro join Andy to talk about 3 of the most interesting programs in college football. It's now or never for Penn State to make the jump from great to elite. Clay Helton has to navigate a tough schedule to save his job at USC. The Cane's are opening up the offense with veteran grad-transfer QB …
 
Today is the day. After a more than a three month hiatus away from baseball, MLB players will report to their team facilities. There, they will first be tested for the coronavirus, as baseball makes its first steps toward playing a 2020 season. But questions remain about how the restart will play out. Considering baseball has eschewed the "bubble" …
 
We leaned heavily on the Five-Star Mailbag for our final episode of June. Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue break down Penn State's best two-way football players and pick their own teams for some Ironman football. We also talk about the recruiting timeline, beating Ohio State and a few new homes for former Nittany Lions. Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
Florida coach Kevin O'Sullivan discussed his team's hot start in 2020, getting back co-aces in Tommy Mace and Jack Leftwich, the emergence of Jud Fabian and the Gators' new ballpark. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/baseball-america/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
 
Former Panthers QB Cam Newton is signing with the New England Patriots. Yes, you continue to read that correctly. After a quiet offseason for New England, many believed the Pats were sticking by their QB, Jarrett Stidham, thus leaving the AFC East wide open. But now that Newton is en route to Foxborough, many factors point to this being a match mad…
 
For the second straight Monday, a No. 1-rated basketball recruit has proven skeptics wrong and announced a commitment to playing college basketball over more lucrative alternatives. On Monday, Emoni Bates made his choice to play for Michigan State, if and when he's eligible to do so. Bates is in the class of 2022 and has made no clear intention of …
 
After winning three WNBA championships, two NCAA championships, and four Olympic gold medals, Sue Bird has seen it all in basketball. But. as she gets ready for her 19th season in the WNBA, Bird and the rest of the league are preparing for a season unlike any ever played before. After delaying opening tip-off by more than two months, the WNBA is co…
 
The shape of the 2020 season is still very much a mystery, as Penn State told Lettermen this week that Beaver Stadium would look drastically different this fall. Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue are back to talk about the implications, the recruiting dead period extension and, of course, kickers! We talk about a Top 100 Crystal Ball pick, hash out recru…
 
Ten years ago, on live television, LeBron James made his now infamous decision to leave Cleveland and "take his talents to South Beach." It was one of the most consequential, most awkward, and most divisive moments in sports media history. The long, drawn-out broadcast drew ire from Cavaliers fans - who felt their homegrown star had betrayed them -…
 
College football is plowing toward a season in a pandemic. It begs the question: Is this essential and why? Dan Wetzel from Yahoo Sports joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss a bizarre offseason that is setting the stage for a college football season like we have never season before. The pandemic and social unrest is changing the power structure in all…
 
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