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Dave Schlagel preaches the Word with clarity and conviction. From God's Word you will discover truths that will encourage, challenge, and strengthen you. Dave is the senior pastor at Marquette Manor Baptist Church. Learn more about the ministry at mmbm.org.
 
Life after college is hard. Even a great experience with your InterVarsity chapter won't shield you from the challenges of transition. After IV is a podcast designed for InterVarsity alumni to hear the stories of other alumni and learn to navigate this world together.
 
Tejas & Lil Stevie is a sports and entertainment hybrid talk show. Originating on Marquette Radio, hosts Steve Rebeiro and Chris Steiner give you hot takes fresh out the oven on everything including football, basketball, television, politics, and everything in between. Featuring segments such as "Beef of the Week," "Go Home," and more.
 
Welcome to our roots say that we're sisters podcast. This podcast series is sponsored by the Marquette forum with support from Marquette University's Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion and the Haggerty Museum of Art. It's an extension of a Marquette University mural project to highlight and uplift diverse women identified individuals whose images and contributions have been systematically made invisible.
 
AML Conversations is dedicated to inform professionals and those interested in anti-money laundering about conversations happening in the government, private sector, and internationally. Throughout the series John Byrne, AML RightSource Vice Chairman, will interview industry experts or participate in live programming or panel discussions related to the industry.
 
College is a roller coaster ride. There are some ups, and some downs. There are some fun times, and some low times. There are times we wish we could have forever, and there are times... Blah Blah Blah I almost sounded like your mom for a minute, didn't I? Look to me as the voice you wish to hear before making certain choices in your "pre-adult" years. I will bless you with 5 episodes over the course of the weeks with topics and circumstances you will most likely experience soon if you haven' ...
 
Popular wisdom dictates that rappers wanna be ballers and ballers wanna be rappers — a maxim that holds true from country, to rock, to R&B. The worlds of music and sports are are connected from pump-up anthems to National Anthem (and everywhere in-between), and now they have a home: “Ballin Out,” where you’ll find the latest locker room freestyles, workout playlists, and whichever sports team Drake is repping now, courtesy of Billboard online editor Adelle Platon and associate editor Natalie ...
 
A pair of college basketball writers and fans who met through the all-powerful world that is college basketball Twitter, Kevin and Brad have established the best show for the 365-day-a-year hoops fan. The show focuses on analyzing the game at a high level and breaking down the biggest news in the college basketball world. Kevin's work can be found on Twitter at @CBB_Central and online on his website CBBCentral.com. Brad can be found on Twitter at @BradCav2.
 
A scholarly association devoted to Midwestern history The Midwestern History Association, created in the fall of 2014, is dedicated to rebuilding the field of Midwestern history, which has suffered from decades of neglect and inattention. The MHA will advocate for greater attention to Midwestern history among professional historians, seek to rebuild the infrastructure necessary for the study of the American Midwest, promote greater academic discourse relating to Midwestern history, support t ...
 
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State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Jim Polzin welcome on Marquette sports law professor Matt Mitten to discuss the changes in college sports related to name, image and likeness. Mitten breaks down the history of anti-trust challenges at the NCAA level, how we got to this point, what challenges lay ahead for schools and stu…
 
New initiatives at Marquette and in Milwaukee are helping boost college admissions and retention for students in our city. Organizations like All In Milwaukee, College Possible and new programs at Marquette are providing resources and support to improve social, academic and graduation outcomes. In this episode we hear from leaders at Marquette and …
 
Matt Norlander and Gary Parrish are joined by CBS Sports draft expert Kyle Boone on this 70-minute episode dedicated to live-mocking the entire first round -- that's 30 picks -- of the 2021 NBA Draft. It's a three-person pod special! A great way to prep for next Thursday's draft, which will be extensively covered on CBS Sports HQ and on the CBS Spo…
 
In this week’s Chubstep Steed & Jrad are joined by local genius and math hardo Ben Theile to discuss Jrads relationship with Terrence Howard and Terrence’s take on why math is wrong, bigfoot, and Milwaukee sports. Steed and Jrad continue with people in public restrooms, wedding seasons, keeping your own sports stats, 23 year expired mayo, and a new…
 
Norlander and Parrish are back after an excursion to North Augusta to take in some of the best high school talent in the country. They lead on Norlander's report that Jalen Duren could well be playing college come THIS fall. Then the guys touch on Emoni Bates and the problematic nature of overhyping players from far too young an age. From there, th…
 
Houston's Kelvin Sampson is excited to show the world what they can do for an encore after a special Final Four run. What will their identity be this season? Who will step up to be the point guard? How to get the new guys to buy into the team philosophy? Blocking out the outside noise. What is the key to gain more respect? Discussing a non-conferen…
 
Parrish and Norlander are on site at the Nike EYBL’s major grassroots event for the first time in two years. They open the pod by talking about the No. 1 player in the class, Jalen Duren, in addition to Emoni Bates and what coaches are talking about on the ground here at the site of the Peach Jam. The back end of the pod discusses Kevin Obanor goin…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers a joint settlement proposal between Purdue Pharma and 15 states that would bring millions to Wisconsin to fight the opioid epidemic. AG Josh Kaul says it's the best case scenario. As Kaul raises funds for his reelection campaign, GOP attorneys are raising funds for their campaigns for the upcoming election.…
 
In this week’s Chubstep Pat, Steed & Jrad discuss when you can and can’t wear a player’s jersey, Steed and Jrad racing with brand new BMW on a closed course, smoking while exercising, extreme road rage misinterpretations, Steed heroic effort while holding a baby while drunk, vaccine incentives in ‘Booze Newz’, how to make demands to the government,…
 
St. Bonaventure is set to return all five of their double digit scorers from last year and head coach, Mark Schmidt, couldn't me more excited. What is the ceiling for the Bonnies this season? Managing and dealing with high expectations. Why filling out their bench will be key. How a tough non-conference schedule should have them ready for a gruelin…
 
Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss the potential of former UConn shooting guard James Bouknight, who could be picked as high as No. 6 ... or potentially fall to the back end of the lottery. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy CBS Sports, College Basketball, Basketball, NBA Draft, March Madness
 
'Attacking Third' a new tri-weekly podcast from CBS Sports is available now. Download and follow now on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher and whenever else podcasts are found to get episodes as soon as they are released. A soccer podcast from CBS Sports covering the NWSL, US Women's National Team and more. Attacking Third will bring you insider analysis, co…
 
College hoops is going to be loaded next season. A lot of big names and really good players decided in the past week to take their names out of the NBA draft pool and head back to school. The most notable among them is UCLA’s Johnny Juzang. His pick to play for the Bruins again next season leads the pod, but Norlander and Parrish also touch on near…
 
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew, Todd Milewski and Abby Schnable get together on Zoom to talk about former Badger Cole Caufield in the Stanley Cup Finals, name, image and likeness rules, current Badger basketball player Jonathan Davis in the FIBA U19 World Cup and more. Plus, some more info on Abby, who’s hit the ground running sinc…
 
In this week’s Chubstep Steed & Jrad are joined by Jrad’s fiance Amy to discuss finding a disgusting surprise in her salad at a restaurant, the guys continue with Joey Chestnut’s continued hot dog success, a 4th of July Chubstep gathering on the river, the battle of Yorktown's influence on boat life, improper disassembling of guns, a La Croix/IPA m…
 
Boston College's Earl Grant ushers in a new era for the Eagles as the ACC is in transition. The BC faithful should be excited about coach's phase one approach as he hopes to instill a competitive spirit, toughness and pride back to the program. How his ties to the Boston area might lend to landing top local talent. The importance of evaluating tale…
 
Villanova head coach Jay Wright joins Andy Katz for an offseason chat about coaching in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, the NBA Draft and his induction into the Hall of Fame. In this edition of Katz Rankz, Andy reflects on the next head coaches who he thinks should get the HOF nod. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
We hope you had a safe-but-lively Fourth of July weekend. Fear not, another draft-profile episode awaits you. This week's appetizer-portioned podcast on a prospect focuses on Davion Mitchell, last seen leading Baylor's men's team to its first national championship. He was the best defender in the sport last season. He could be an immediate role pla…
 
July 1, 2021, truly signals a watershed day for college athletes. Now every NCAA athlete can profit off their name, image and likeness, as the NCAA officially pushed through a temporary rule that enables all schools to determine (unless their state laws mandate otherwise) how student-athletes can legally make money while still in college. It's a hu…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers what six Dems looking to take U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson's seat had to say about providing health care for all Americans and addressing the student debt issue. Johnson also made headlines this week when he held a news conference on severe adverse side effects from various COVID-19 vaccines.…
 
500 years ago, a soldier was critically wounded on a battlefield in Spain when he suffered a cannonball blow to his knee. He thought his life, as he knew it, was over. Instead, his long journey back to health prompted a spiritual awakening. The course of his life changed as he came to focus on fostering reflection, community and education. That man…
 
Norlander loves Scottie Barnes, placing him at No. 3 on his big board. Parrish slots him No. 6 to Oklahoma City in his latest mock draft. It seems the most likely landing spot for Barnes will fall between No. 5 and No. 8. But what's there to love? Well, almost everything about his game — except the one thing that matters most. Therein lies the rub.…
 
Penn State's Micah Shrewsberry is eager to push the program forward and compete night in, night out in the talented Big 10. What are his biggest goals in year with the Nittany Lions? Applying lessons and philosophies learned from Matt Painter and Brad Stevens. Bringing back experience. The importance of recruiting Philadelphia. Staying calm and col…
 
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew, Todd Milewski and Jim Polzin get together over Zoom to discuss the state of Wisconsin men’s basketball after audio from a meeting between players and coach Greg Gard was released. The guys discuss their biggest takeaways from the audio and Jim’s reporting; the idea of a generation gap between coaches…
 
In this week’s Chubstep Pat, Steed & Jrad are joined by television critic and all around bad boy Lil’ Stevie to discuss recent Chubstep episodes, NFL stadiums outside of their city, the top TV shows of 2021, Philly accents, the best streaming shows, shows that have gone on for too long, another hard seltzer in ‘Booze Newz’, favorite popsicles, eati…
 
He didn't play college basketball, and he's not a top-tier prospect in this year's draft. But is Jonathan Kuminga for sure the best option at No. 5? What will the Magic do with that pick? Norlander doesn't regard Kuminga as a top-10 pick in this year's field, while Parrish slots him No. 5 in his latest mock draft, which you can scroll through here …
 
Minnesota's Ben Johnson welcomes the challenge of being a first time head coach in one of the nations top basketball conferences. What are realistic goals in year one? How can he bring the program back to national prominence? Why recruiting local isn't always a sure thing nor the right fit. Will they rely heavily on the transfer portal? How his lov…
 
Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander offer their insights and opinions on what Monday's huge news means. The Supreme Court returned its opinion on the NCAA v. Alston case, ruling 9-0 in favor of Alston, which equates to a win for college athletes everywhere. While the case did not tie to paying players, the Court did send a message to the NCAA that its …
 
In this week’s Chubstep Steed & Jrad are joined by certified reporter Vaughny TMZ aka Vdog. The guys discuss all of the celebrity gossip and breaking news like Chris Harrison’s secrets, the Jojo’s party goer’s OD, and Ben Askren and JLo’s relationship, B!t$h coin updates, the return of jet ski season, ‘The Smell of Success’ in the ‘Billy Bob Thornt…
 
Iowa State's T.J. Otzelberger didn't come to rebuild the prideful Cyclones program. Rather, he came to win now! How does he plan to accomplish that in the mighty Big 12? Why it's an honor for him to step up in weight class. The special environment Hilton Coliseum provides. The biggest lessons learned from mentors and why it's important to be "your …
 
This is episode No. 4 of our NBA Draft profiles, and it's the first one that features a player who didn't spend last season in college basketball. Jalen Green was once considered the top prospect in his class. He's a guarantee to go in the top four of this year's draft. Today's ep explains why, with an interesting player comp from Gary Parrish incl…
 
We’ve got a fun, thought-provoking offseason ep for you here. Gary Parrish hopped on the horn with Chris Beard earlier this week -- you can read that story here -- and so GP and Norlander discuss a few things tied to the column. No. 1: Of the 60 hirings made in men’s college basketball this year, is Beard most likely to be the best hire? No. 2: Is …
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the push to eliminate the extra $300 checks for unemployed people from the federal government. U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Allouez, introduced a bill to repurpose funds use for the extra UI benefits for a program he says should incentivize people to come back to work.
 
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